A.J. Cochran: We Shouldn’t Give Up On The Media Source National Review

Cochran is one of the most powerful voices in Washington, D.C., where he is the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.

He’s also the president of the conservative group Americans for Prosperity.

A.R. Scott is the former deputy assistant attorney general under President George W. Bush.

Scott, who has since been named deputy assistant secretary of the Department of Justice, is also the co-founder of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).

Scott has written books about the Constitution, immigration, and free markets.

He is a frequent guest on conservative talk shows.

And he’s a regular contributor to conservative publications, including Breitbart News.

But Cochran has become increasingly frustrated by what he considers to be the liberal media’s bias in reporting on Trump.

He has a message for liberals who claim they’re being objective: Stop giving them the benefit of the doubt.

Here are some of Cochran’s thoughts on the media’s approach to the Trump administration: First, the media is a very biased outlet.

I’m not talking about the fact that they cover the Trump campaign, or that they get the information from the White House.

I mean, there’s no doubt that there’s a bias in their reporting, and they’re the ones who are biased, because they’re paid by the administration to do this.

They have the most liberal bias.

If you take the conservative media at its word, they’re a conservative outlet, because that’s what it says on their websites.

And there’s been no evidence that they’re biased against the president.

Second, I think it’s very, very disingenuous to say, well, we’re impartial because we have a liberal bias and that’s why we’re biased.

The problem with that is the liberal bias is a political bias, and the fact is that there are plenty of liberal Democrats in Congress and in the White Houses, and there are also lots of liberal Republicans, so you can have a partisan bias and still have a news story.

So the fact of the matter is that the liberal biased media has been completely neutral in the coverage of the Trump presidency, as far as I can tell.

The liberal bias in the media has always been there.

But you can find more Democrats than Republicans in Congress.

So if you look at what the media reports, the president is doing an extraordinary job.

There is no evidence to suggest that the media coverage of his administration is biased.

Cochrane also believes that the mainstream media has gone into the White Senate chamber with a camera in the nose and are trying to get him to admit that he was wrong about the Charlottesville riots.

But they don’t do that.

Cochrans claim that the conservative news media is “the enemy of the people” because it’s so biased against Trump.

I think that’s a bit of a mischaracterization of what they’re saying.

The truth is that if you read what the press reports on the White house, you’ll find that the press is a fairly balanced organization.

I’ve seen reports on everything from the president’s meeting with the heads of major insurance companies to the president calling in from the golf course.

You see the press and the president on the same page.

You’ll find reports that are quite neutral on the administration, on the economy, on tax policy, on national security.

I don’t think the media would characterize their coverage of a Trump administration as being hostile.

They’re just doing their jobs.

But if you think about it, what the president has done and is doing, there are millions of Americans that have had their livelihoods taken away, and millions of jobs that have been lost, and billions of dollars that have disappeared.

There are a lot of people who believe in free markets, who are against government regulations.

The media are the enemy of that.

And so the media doesn’t understand that, but they’re very well-meaning.

And they’ve been extremely hostile to Trump throughout the campaign.

Cochrants message to the liberal elites Cochran, a Republican, is not new.

He was a candidate for president in 2012, and he’s one of a number of conservatives who have been on the defensive about Trump, especially since he announced he was running for president again.

During his tenure as the U.S. attorney in Los Angeles, Cochran oversaw a number serious fraud cases against major banks.

But during his campaign for president, Cochrane was one of only two Republicans in the race, and his support for Trump was a major part of his campaign.

During the primaries, Cochrans campaign slogan was “Make America Great Again.”

Cochran went on to say during the debate in August 2016, “I believe that America is a land of opportunity for all Americans, and I want to make sure that it is for all of us.”

Cochrane has been a staunch critic of the Affordable Care Act, which Cochran called