On a day most political reporters thought they’d be talking about the accusations against Roy Moore, they are instead at a fever pitch about the president’s ambiguous tweets.
Were August Ames merely run out of a job, we wouldn’t be talking about it—because that has become pretty commonplace. We got our sacrifice. And now it’s bigger.
You really have to marvel at how fast we’ve progressed from ‘Bake the cake, bigot’ to ‘Take off your dress, bigot.’
Philosopher, author, and professor, James K. A. Smith discusses the intersection of religion, culture and politics on the Federalist Radio Hour.
Public opinion in the moments after news breaks is changing the very nature of coverage in ways that confirm biases more than they inform.
Three things are certain: death, taxes, and liberals hysterically proclaiming that people will die because of lower taxes.
The Roy Moore case is not really about Roy Moore, whether he sexually harassed anybody 40 years ago, or the Senate seat that hangs in the balance. Those are means to a much larger end.
According to Time magazine, ten years old is the average age kids receive phones nowadays. That’s ridiculous.
From the outset to the conclusion, the author does very little to successfully explain why any of the articles, examples, or pro-life news sites that she identifies actually qualify as fake news.
Many art institutions are torn between the potential advantages of digital mass media, and the lurking dangers its use poses to both their collections and to art appreciation overall.
Twitter has decided to give everyone 280 characters for each tweet. Nobody was asking for this, and it doesn’t make the medium better. It makes it worse.
PragerU’s suit against Google and YouTube alleging unlawful censorship and free speech discrimination has the potential to be groundbreaking.
The ‘largest and most successful known effort’ by a Kremlin-connected troll farm was to protest the man Democrats say may have colluded with Russian officials to beat his opponent.
The social media campaign should prompt little platoons to begin protecting, loving, and challenging their own, however they can.
Facebook claims to ‘build community’ and ‘bring the world closer together.’ Its actual mission is maximal monetization by exploiting users through monopolistic surveillance.
Twitter is a player on the abortion issue, and there is really no way around it any anymore. The case of Marsha Blackburn proves it.
Believe it or not, there’s much we can learn from a sixteenth-century monk about how to navigate twenty-first-century social media.
When Judith Duportail received the 800-page report containing her Tinder data, she saw it logged her deepest secrets from likes, online conversations with Tinder matches, and more.
In an age of digital verbosity and limitless expression, Twitter’s forced brevity fostered a wry humor and concise brilliance among its users.
When do the people peddling conspiracies about Donald Trump and Russia lose all credibility?
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