Media

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Omicron and the Intrepid Dr. Coetzee

Researching Dr. Angelique Coetzee, the doctor who diagnosed the first cases of the Omicron variant in South Africa, I came to appreciate that she’s part of a feisty medical establishment that stands up to government interference. Coetzee is chair of the South African Medical Association, which puts the American Medical Association to shame.

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China’s Steve Simon WTA Nightmare

President Xi Jinping, Communist China’s president for life, has long enjoyed subjugating U.S. corporations and their chief executives to his will. Steve Simon is the rare U.S. business executive willing to forfeit tens of millions of dollars rather than ignore Xi’s human rights atrocities.

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Kevin Nishita And A Camera Worth Dying For

Kevin Nishita, an armed security guard and former police officer, died this past weekend from a gunshot wound he sustained protecting the camera equipment of San Francisco television station KRON4. Had Nishita killed his assailant, he likely would have sparked national media outrage about his use of excessive force. Yet few tears are being shed for Nishita, who leaves behind a wife, two children, and three grandchildren.

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Thanks For Vanquished Vaccine Critics

Among the things I’m grateful for this American Thanksgiving are the brave doctors and other qualified professionals who braved online banishment for daring to speak truth to power. Orwell is proving to be an optimist.

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Living My Detroit Radio Dream

On Friday, November 12, I will be living, perhaps briefly, my longtime dream of being a Detroit radio host. If my audition goes well, here’s why my dream will quickly become the healthcare industry’s worst nightmare.

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Why Michiganders Settle For Blue Mugs

Veteran Michigan journalist Micheline Maynard recently opined American consumers are too spoiled and need to accept and embrace lower standards. That mindset is why Michigan is possibly on an irreversible decline and Christmas this year arrived early in Tennessee.

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What Corporate Media Can Learn From “Moron” Joe Rogan

Corporate media journalists delude themselves into believing that those who distrust and despise them the most are ignorant Trump supporters who can’t handle the truth about their leader. In fact, thanks to biased and dishonest pandemic reporting, a swath of new corporate media haters has emerged, and they are among the smartest and most educated people in the U.S. and around the world.

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Then They Came for Jon Gruden and Dave Chappelle

Veteran football coach Jon Gruden promptly resigned last night after the New York Times revealed he’d previously sent emails deemed racist, sexist, and homophobic. Gruden should have grown a pair and taken some lessons from comedian Dave Chappelle on how best to deal with unforgiving woke corporate media and the Taliban-like antics of the cancel crowd.

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POZNAN, POL - FEB 04, 2020: Flat-screen TV set displaying logo of NBC, an American English-language commercial terrestrial radio and television network that is a flagship property of NBCUniversal

The Plucking of NBC’s Peacock

Truth no longer matters at NBC News or is demanded of its anchors and guests. Indeed, a federal judge recently tossed a defamation suit filed against MSNBC and anchor Rachel Maddow after ruling that any intelligent person knows that she is a purveyor of opinions not necessarily grounded in fact.

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