When you have complete uniformity of opinions, you no longer have a democracy. People who wail about the divisiveness in our society want us to all have the same opinions—theirs.
From John Adams to JFK, we’ve had plenty of dishonest presidents who waged war with the media. The press shouldn’t pretend Trump is an anomaly.
Watch a bunch of D.C. and New York City journalists completely melt down after being asked if they know a single person who drives a truck.
The media have lost the trust of many Americans thanks to their partisan and shrill political coverage. Here are a few ways to start gaining trust back.
Donald Trump’s election was no Black Swan event. The error here lies in the misunderstanding of Black Swan probability.
Media members use group-shaming tactics to either cow ideological defectors into submission, or expel them from their ranks.
Politico reporter Marc Caputo is very proud of the way he goaded Dan Bongino into yelling at him. The real surprise is that Bongino waited so long.
Hillary Clinton finally broke her 260-day long press conference moratorium today, and journalists couldn’t stop applauding her.
Heightened interest and concern about Ebola is not panic and the media really need to stop characterizing it as such. Besides, why trust reporters?
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