Eric Scheiner is the Director of MRCTV, and has over 20 years experience in broadcasting and video production. Beginning his broadcasting career in the First-In-The-Nation Primary state of New Hampshire, politics, government spending and constitutional issues have been a major thread through his work. Eric left New England in 2005 to host the launch of the award winning 'WYOU Interactive' program for the Pennsylvania CBS affiliate before relocating to the DC area and joining with the Media Research Center.
MRC President Brent Bozell discusses the MRC's documentary 'Killing Keystone', media bias and big tech censorship.
Newsom wants an "Office of Community Partnerships and Strategic Communications".
And, lo-and-behold, it will:
...be ‘a brand new unit in the state government. It’s a strategic partnership unit and a communications unit,’ according to Newsom, that will also ‘support and amplify local and community-based partnerships’ and work with trusted community voices to get the message out.
‘We put out this week a partnership with 250 media outlets,’ said the governor today of a new, related initiative, ‘these Mythbuster videos in a culturally-competent way to go after this misinformation.’
13 Ukrainian border guards who were presumed dead after telling a Russian warship to “go f*** yourself” in a viral video on social media are reportedly alive
A former White House physician for both Barack Obama and Donald Trump says that Biden is "not fit to be our president right now"
"We urge you to complete your obligation under the law and release your report to Congress immediately."
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked the Emergencies Act to squash the Freedom Convoy. Now, Canada’s Parliament must authorize the power move and if they don’t Trudeau claims it’s because “they don’t trust the government.”
Imagine not trusting the government with more ‘emergency power’ to remove protesting citizens?
The battle over masks being optional and at the discretion of parents at schools in Virginia is still contentious.
The battle over masks being optional and at the discretion of parents at schools in Virginia is still contentious, with one recent school board meeting resulting in the school board chair walking out over the issue.
On the Tuesday morning edition of the NFL Network’s Good Morning Football, a group of four analysts discussed the impact that Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp had on his team’s season, which culminated in a 23-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI (Kupp earned game MVP honors). However, the discussion went south just seconds after host Kyle Brandt began to share his thoughts.