The news media narrative that Trump is emboldening white supremacy took a hit yesterday. There were probably 20 journalists for every white nationalist in DC.
It’s never appropriate for a person sworn to defend the Constitution to threaten to shut down political speech. This goes for Donald Trump — and every other politician.
Spreading tinfoil hat conspiracy theories to protect a Democrat from public retribution is unbecoming of television hosts, even those hired by MSNBC.
News sites are eliminating online comment sections. They would do well to remember that they should be encouraging public participation in the conversation about the life of the nation.
Here are questions to ask yourself and frames of mind to be in if you want to sort out what’s fact from what’s propaganda from any side of the political aisle.
Despite our society’s need for media validation in response to a crisis, I don’t believe constant, wall-to-wall media coverage is beneficial.
This country needs journalists with the intellectual firepower—and the will—to respect the range of reasonable worldviews among their potential audience.
In this movie, J.K. Rowling once again shows her disdain for a media in cahoots with the elite.
The media is just wandering around in a daze trying to find something, anything, to write about. We have become the event, not Donald Trump supporters.
If viewers didn’t care about Donald Trump, the media would turn their attention to something else.
If the news media won’t ask Donald Trump serious questions, his fellow presidential candidates should.
Cecil the lion’s death requires no resolution or thought, just outrage. No wonder the news media are breathlessly covering it.
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