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P. Gardner Goldsmith | July 12, 2023
The president of the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) is sounding the alarm about it, the president of the Center for Sportfishing…
Kyle Drennen | May 6, 2022
Read the full article on the MRC's NewsBusters blog. The long-running awkward bromance between NBC’s Today show weatherman Al Roker and President…
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Brittany M. Hughes | September 12, 2019
In the wake of “sharpiegate,” in which President Trump reportedly used a black marker to extend Hurricane Dorian’s predicted path of destruction to…
P. Gardner Goldsmith | July 23, 2019
Summer is here in the northern hemisphere, and the dinosaur pop media fearmongering over “Climate Change” has hit us hot and heavy. Despite having…
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P. Gardner Goldsmith | November 7, 2018
The scariest thing some people saw this Halloween wasn’t a new movie, or a charity haunted house, or even the song list for the new Barbara Streisand…
P. Gardner Goldsmith | October 9, 2018
When I lecture on political philosophy, I often begin with Plato and Socrates. Plato was the man who claimed he chronicled Socrates’ “paripatetic”…
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Nick Kangadis | September 12, 2018
Is President Trump responsible for the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, which the media keeps telling us is an embarrassment to the U.S.? Or, are the…
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Nick Kangadis | September 12, 2018
I guess the Washington Post was trying to get ahead of the “Blame-Everything-on-Trump” bandwagon before Hurricane Florence hits the U.S. in the…
P. Gardner Goldsmith | July 12, 2018
Remember when the dinosaur pop media threw fits of ultra-fear and rancorous anger upon finding out that President Trump was pulling out of the Paris…
P. Gardner Goldsmith | February 27, 2018
The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) appears to be at it again, and to have no shame about it. They appear to be…
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P. Gardner Goldsmith | January 23, 2018
Political disputation often leads to vexation, if not anger. So it’s nice to find public figures or personal friends who offer some levity in the…
P. Gardner Goldsmith | August 14, 2017
Many of us know that the Nobel Prize is frequently used for political ends, rather than to award actual achievement in a field. Hence why the “…