It’s not yet a week since James Damore’s internal Google memo was published by the media, but thanks to them, his name is forever tied to sexism.
If it is to exist, the White House Correspondents’ Dinner should be an event that is one of rare comity (and real comedy) between the press and the politicians they cover.
When Trump makes empty threats against the press, the media are in outrage. When a federal judge rules that Obama violated the Constitution, they ignore it.
White House Correspondent Sarah Westwood and Senior Writer Mary Katherine Ham recap Donald Trump’s marathon of press conference on Federalist Radio.
Comparing either Trump or Obama to Lincoln isn’t necessarily a positive exercise. Regardless, Trump is clearly the heir-apparent.
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.
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.
Can we really believe that James Madison intended so much power to be vested in the hands of anyone savvy enough to open a LiveJournal account?
The media’s case against Peter Thiel’s third-party fight with Gawker is unconvincing— especially when we consider who’s making the arguments.
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