“American Marxism” is a devastating new book and arguably Mark Levin’s most important work.
“American Marxism” is a devastating new book and arguably Mark Levin’s most important work.
Republicans slammed Facebook Wednesday for continuing former President Trump’s suspension from the site, calling it “the least surprising news ever” and “disgraceful.”
A coalition of 60 conservative organizations and publishers led by Media Research Center founder L. Brent Brozell III has called on Facebook to scrap its politically skewed “oversight board” if it is unable to provide an adequate balance of political viewpoints.
From the Reagan years to today, conservatives have been dismissed by the elites as ignorant chumps. Thirty years after Dukakis lost 40 states, nothing’s changed, and it’s precisely this long-standing ideological arrogance – that conservatives are both intellectually challenged and the most resistant to what “objective” journalists define as reality – that informs the “fact checkers.”
When good news is cast aside to make room for the sensational, how well is the public served by an industry that purports to bring its audience the news of the day? The answer is not well, of course. But what if that news is censored because it’s good news?
Two out of every three conservatives do not trust Facebook and believe that prominent social media companies purposely discriminate against conservatives, according to a recent poll.
Media Research Center Founder and President Brent Bozell discussed the MRC’s report, “CENSORED! How Online Media Companies Are Suppressing Conservative Speech,” on Monday’s “Ingraham Angle” on the Fox News Channel.
The MRC will monitor PolitiFact.com, FactCheck.org, Snopes.com, Washington Post Fact Checker, AP Fact Check and CNN Fact Check.
More than 30,000 callers blasted ABC for allowing The View’s Joy Behar to spew “anti-Christian bigotry,” but the parent company has not taken action on any of their complaints.
The Grand Old Party is about to commit suicide.
Conservative media watchdog groups are pressuring advertisers to pull ads from shows on MSNBC and CNN.
Media Research Center president and conservative activist Brent Bozell says Mark Zuckerberg has assured him that Facebook will not be politically targeting conservative content as it launches its “fake news” initiative.
The Washington Examiner’s “Washington Secrets” columnist Paul Bedard reports on the conservative movement’s praise for President-elect Donald Trump’s choice of Stephen K. Bannon as senior counselor and chief strategist.
Media Research Center president Brent Bozell called on Univision to remove Jorge Ramos from his position after the Latino anchor called on fellow journalists to end their impartial coverage of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in an op-ed published in Time Magazine and an appearance Thursday night on Fox News’s Kelly File.
Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) tried his best, given the obstruction of the White House, and the media’s obsequious efforts to protect Clinton. But he also hurt himself by making several unnecessary errors in handling the media aspect of the inquiry.
Brent Bozell, President of the Media Research Center (MRC), has praised Facebook for returning to its “neutral roots” following the publication of the social network’s internal investigation
President of the Media Research Center Brent Bozell called Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos “an embarrassment” to Breitbart News after he criticized Bozell and over a dozen other conservatives for attending a meeting with Facebook over allegations of suppressing conservatives on the social media platform.
We rarely–if ever–publish “open letters” at Breitbart News. This editorial policy came directly from Andrew Breitbart himself. However, given the enormity of today’s primaries, the intensity of the internal debate raging within the Republican party, and the stature of Brent Bozell in the conservative movement, we have decided to make an exception in this instance.
Roger Stone, veteran political strategist and Donald Trump defender, joined Breitbart News Saturday with guest host Matthew Boyle and talked about the media, specifically Fox News’ Megyn Kelly and CNN, for twisting his words to suggest he advocated for violence at the Republican National Convention.
Author Diana West reacts to Brent Bozell declaring that Roger Stone should be “shunned by the media.”
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell says that political strategist Roger Stone deserves to be shunned by the media for his “long history of incendiary and offensive rhetoric… and offensive gestapo-like tactics.”
The old lions of the conservative movement—leaders with direct ties to the 1960 signing of the Sharon Statement by 90 members of Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) at William F. Buckley’s residence—are uniting around the presidential campaign of Sen. Ted Cruz with passionate endorsements of his candidacy.
Ted Cruz is surging. He’s on top in Iowa. He’s gaining ground everywhere else. He has organizations in place in every state that matters. He’s raised more money than anyone except Jeb Bush. There’s a reason for this.
A new social advertisement for Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz takes aim at the left media bias that was blatantly on display during the CNBC Presidential Primary Debate. The ad blasts CNBC and highlights Cruz’s response that led to one of the biggest crowd reactions of the debate.
Outgoing Speaker of the House John Boehner says he’s not being pushed out of the job he’s held for five years.
The call to remove Sanger’s bust comes following the release of multiple undercover investigative videos, produced by the Center for Medical Progress, in which top Planned Parenthood medical officials explain their methods of harvesting the body parts of aborted babies for potential sale on the open market. Since the letter was published, more than 11,000 people have signed a petition calling for the removal of Sanger’s bust from the NPG.
ForAmerica, a 501(c)4 with “an online army of over 7.5 million people” blasted Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump Tuesday for comments the billionaire businessman made about being open to the idea of continued taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood: “Donald Trump
“I wholeheartedly endorse Ted Cruz for president of the United States, and urge all conservatives nationwide to rally behind Ted, immediately,” said Bozell in his endorsement video. “The Republican party establishment is counting on conservatives to be divided, so that they can nominate a moderate, do-nothing candidate. Make no mistake: If the Republican Party repeats what it’s done for the last two elections, Republicans will lose. I guarantee it.”
Every conservative who cares about the unholy mess known as Congress should visit conservativereview.com (CR) and examine the “Liberty Score.” Every liberal who wonders how conservatives view their elected leaders should examine it as well.
The president of the Media Research Center demands the Associated Press apologize to Sen. Ted Cruz for distributing a photograph depicting a gun pointed directly at the GOP candidate for President’s face.
“We’ve said it before and we say it again: Jeb Bush is unelectable. Not only is he not conservative, but he gave Hillary Clinton an award for public service and her campaign will undoubtedly find a creative way to humiliate him with it,” Brent Bozell says.
ABC Studios is set to launch a new sitcom “based on the life of boundary-pushing columnist Dan Savage.” The new show, called Family of the Year shows how “a picture perfect family is turned upside down when the youngest son comes out of the closet.”
Conservative icon Brent Bozell believes Sen. Ted Cruz has an “immediate edge” in the 2016 presidential race.
Conservative leaders and Republican senators are calling on Democrats to drop a filibuster of a DHS spending bill, especially since a judge has suspended the amnesty.
Media Research Center Founder and President Brent Bozell said that NBC anchor Brian Williams should resign after revelations that he had erroneously reported that a helicopter he was in was hit by an RPG and shot down on Thursday’s “Hannity”
An ad against Nebraska Senate Republican candidate Ben Sasse claiming the grassroots favorite supports Obamacare has gotten the attention of ForAmerica Chairman Brent Bozell, who condemned it as a Washington establishment attack and called on Senator Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to
This weekend’s Republican Mainstreet Partnership PAC retreat on Amelia Island in Florida, even as it has been reported that Speaker John Boehner would not attend the event, presumably because of all the scrutiny the event has garnered. As it was
ForAmerica chairman Brent Bozell is excoriating House Majority Leader Eric Cantor for attending a tropical summit hosted by an organization working to marginalize the Tea Party movement. “Conservative leaders were stunned to learn that you will be headlining a conference
The Republican leadership in Congress will be holding a fundraising retreat the weekend of April 11 to benefit the George Soros supported Republican Mainstreet Partnership PAC. There you have it. The Republican establishment in Washington, D.C., is in bed with
The conservative blogosphere is reeling in shock and heartache at the sudden an unexpected death of blogger extraordinaire, Noel Sheppard. Brent Bozell made the sad announcement at NewsBusters on Saturday morning. Our Noel Sheppard passed away yesterday (Friday) morning at about 5:00