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The Washington Post is so against the Koch brothers, it will even oppose their charitable donations to the arts. “With the planet in peril, arts groups can no longer afford the Koch brothers’ money,” Post Art and Architecture critic Philip Kennicott claimed on June 5. His “perspective” was part of the Post’s Going Out Guide.

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg reacted to a U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Climate Deal by pledging $15 million to the United Nations’ climate change efforts.

 

As a billionaire and the eighth richest person in the world, he can afford to — unlike all the ordinary taxpayers and low-income households who would have been saddled with the burden of living up to the agreement. One of the many pieces of his media empire, Bloomberg Businessweek, promoted the same pro-Paris Climate Accord perspective. That one-sided June 1, story claimed the U.S. would be the “loser” if Trump abandoned the deal.


Since President Donald Trump’s election, the major media have feverishly covered alleged collusion with Russia. But they refused to report on evidence that the government worked with George Soros to fund “left-leaning policies” in foreign countries.


From drunken driving and Titanic sinking comparisons, to complaints about the impact on “racial justice,” liberals lost it when President Donald Trump officially announced the U.S. would quit the Paris Climate Accord.

The president held a press conference on June 1, saying the nation would walk away from the deal, but he was open to renegotiating a “fair” deal which would not harm the U.S. economy and result in job losses for American workers.


InsideClimate News may have won a Pulitzer Prize, but it looks like it skipped Journalism 101: report, don’t speculate. InsideClimate writer David Hasemyer launched into a series of speculations about “perhaps damaging” information that Exxon documents “could” provide. That isn’t how news works. But it proves that the agenda of InsideClimate News isn’t news, it’s promoting a liberal agenda on climate change and the environment.


​Every major news outlet is reporting that President Trump will likely cancel the controversial Paris Climate Agreement. President Barack Obama intentionally avoided signing a climate treaty because it probably wouldn’t have passed the Senate.


The media frenzy over expectations President Donald Trump will abandon the climate agreement signed in Paris by Obama has only just begun — and it’s already out of control.


Climate alarmists often use offensive and harsh language to denounce skeptics and critics. Billionaire climate activist Tom Steyer recently proved he’s no exception.


Liberals always greet proposals to reduce government spending with panic and fear mongering. The left-wing media’s response to President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget proposal was no exception. In the words of liberal sites and publications like Slate, Alternet, The New York Times and The Guardian, the “heartless” budget was everything from “cruelty” to delusion.


Some in the media recently tried to blame President Donald Trump for a Montana GOP candidate who body slammed a reporter.

 

MRC Vice President of Business and Culture Dan Gainor called that “thin-skinned” and “narcissistic.”


​Climate alarmist Michael Mann thinks the attacks on his climate science and his credibility are akin to Nazi persecution.

Speaking at the May 13, commencement address of Green Mountain College, Penn State Meteorology professor Michael Mann borrowed and adapted the words of a Holocaust victim to describe himself.


Late Show host Stephen Colbert doesn’t hide his disdain for President Donald Trump. He celebrates it.

Even the backlash over Colbert’s recent gay sex joke about Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin did little to slow down the host’s anti-Trump monologues.