Media Bias

Pro-Life Teen Nicholas Sandmann Wins Settlement From Washington Post For Smearing Him

By Micaiah Bilger, LifeNews.com, July 24, 2020 Covington Catholic High School teen Nicholas Sandman won a second defamation settlement against a major news outlet, he and his lawyers announced Thursday. The pro-life teen was the target of misleading, biased news coverage during his Kentucky... read more

Why Young Christians Get “Weird”

By John Horvat II, The Catholic Thing, My23, 2020 Many liberal writers have trouble explaining the attraction that young people have for religion, especially in its more traditional forms. This attraction is not supposed to exist. It short circuits the logic of their preferred narratives. Young... read more

Cardinal Pell Ruling Deferred, Supporters Hopeful

A seven-member panel of justices decided March 12 they would need more time to consider whether to acquit the Australian cardinal or uphold his conviction. By Edward Pentin, March 12, 2020 Legal experts and supporters of Cardinal George Pell are quietly confident he could be acquitted soon... read more

CNN Settles Lawsuit Brought by Covington Catholic Student Nicholas Sandmann

By Jack Crowe, National review, January 7, 2020 CNN agreed on Tuesday to settle a lawsuit brought by Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann. Roger J. Foys, the bishop of Covington, celebrated the report as a vindication of the students. “Our students were placed in a... read more

Judge Allows Covington Student’s $250 Million Suit against WaPo to Move Forward

By Zachary Evans, National Review, October 29, 2019 A Covington Catholic High School student can move forward with his defamation suit against the Washington Post, a federal judge in Kentucky ruled on Monday. U.S. District Judge William Bertelsman of Kentucky had ruled in July that the... read more

Nominee grilled over Knights of Columbus membership confirmed as federal judge

By Matt Hadro, Ctahlic News Agency, July 24, 2019 The Senate on Wednesday voted to confirm Brian Buescher, a judicial nominee grilled by two senators last year over his membership in the Knights of Columbus. Buescher will now become a U.S. District Judge in Nebraska. “I can’t believe I... read more
Jeffrey Epstein (Uma Sanghvi/Palm Beach Post via Reuters)

Jeffrey Epstein Should Cancel the Culture’s Humbert Humberts

By Kyle Smith, National Review, July 9, 2019 The case should end a nearly 50-year era in which the mandarins of our cultures almost unanimously ignored, laughed off, or even outright celebrated sexual exploitation of very young women. In 2018, Polanski (along with Bill Cosby) was expelled... read more

Survey Shows American Youth Waking Up to Homosexual Harm

By Linda Harvey, July 2, 2019 “Do you want your future children taught ‘LGBT’ history lessons?” That’s essentially the question (along with others) presented to young Americans 18 to 34 in a recent Harris poll. Their responses have “LGBT” activists in a tizzy—and many... read more

Amazon bans books on gay ‘conversion therapy’. Is the Bible next?

Dr. Michael L. Brown Blog, July 5, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) In a very disturbing move, Amazon has removed the books of Dr. Joseph Nicolosi, the psychologist whom critics have dubbed “the father of conversion therapy.” In other words, for claiming that change is possible for those who experience... read more

The Contradictions of Mayor Pete Buttigieg

Anne Hendershott, Crisis Magazine, April 16, 2019 Moving from political obscurity as the gay mayor of South Bend, Indiana, to the media’s flavor-of-the-month Democratic presidential candidate, Mayor Pete Buttigieg announced last week that his campaign raised over $7 million since launching... read more

The Mosque Attack in New Zealand and Its Consequences

By William Kilpatrick, March 19, 2019 Last week, a man who claimed to be defending Western Civilization killed 50 defenseless worshippers in two New Zealand mosques, thereby betraying every good thing that Western Civilization stands for. A supposed foe of jihad terror, the terrorist... read more