Joseph Stalin received great publicity, the New York Times published exclusive interviews with Stalin, and Walter Duranty could live glamorously. Everyone benefitted but starving Ukranians.
Chuck Schumer’s case against Neil Gorsuch relies on an argument that distorts the entire purpose of the Supreme Court.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is absolutely correct about carbon dioxide, and it’s the media who don’t understand the scientific issues.
Obamacare defenders think insurance is just ‘sharing,’ as if all they need to know they learned in kindergarten and the field of economics didn’t exist.
Liberals have suddenly overcome their aversion to citing Jesus Christ, and even—the horror!—of quoting Leviticus, all to bash us into their preferred refugee and immigration policies.
Anti-Semitism is an objective evil. Basing concern or comment on the politics of the perpetrators is ridiculous and unjust.
For the last 30-plus years the Left has claimed the mantle of moral superiority and portrayed conservatives as motivated by bad intentions for the environment. No more.
Here’s how our politically obsessed and ideologically sequestered press would report on C.S. Lewis’s classic children’s fantasy series.
The media can’t get enough of ‘fact checks.’ But why do they do such a horrible job with them? Here are a few particularly bad examples.
We live in an era of controversy, sensationalism, and ‘fake news.’ It could encourage more Americans to pay for high-quality journalism.
The executive order by the Trump administration on immigration led to an urgent desire to proclaim there is no terrorism threat from immigrants. False.
The media are upset at a Trump aide’s criticism. But he’s absolutely right that they need to talk less and listen more if they want to report better.
When I challenged him about the ‘hottest year on record,’ a New York Times reporter explained that his readers are too dumb to understand numbers.
False statements deliberately intended to deceive Americans are always lies. It’s about time the media started acting like it.
According to The New York Times’ logic, these empowered women left their mark by disappearing into Manhattan for a few hours and forcing their husbands to do the lacrosse team carpool.
This is feelings-based journalism, and it is likely that, throughout Trump’s presidency, it will only continue to grow in popularity.
The media would like to imagine themselves heroes in their war with Trump. If they don’t improve quickly, they’ll fail in their task.
When you read a science report claiming that 2016 was the hottest year on record, you might expect that you will get numbers. And you would be wrong.
It wasn’t a production error, but it was a fact-checking error Kristof could have corrected by simply reading the newspaper that employs him.
‘Many people in the media are pushing a narrative rather than just reporting the facts, and frequently they get the narrative wrong.’
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