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.
By conscientious study and reflection, Frederick Douglass acquired a strong and proud American patriotism that he would retain for the rest of his life. Two Harvard professors say otherwise.
The Washington Post’s ‘hip, tolerant imam’ turns out to be a raving hater—and it’s all on tape.
We live in an era of controversy, sensationalism, and ‘fake news.’ It could encourage more Americans to pay for high-quality journalism.
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.
In a lengthy article about efforts to ease federal rules for firearms suppressors, the Washington Post wildly misrepresented a YouTube video showing the effects of a suppressor on a .22 LR rifle.
Instead of just admitting and correcting a simple reporting error about guns, Washington Post reporter Mike Rosenwald doubled down on his ignorance.
Washington Post journalist David Fahrenthold learned a very difficult lesson about what happens when you ignore the four gun safety rules.
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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.
If only the first female president had been elected, radiators would never crack, tear ducts would dry up, and we would grow wings on our feet. Says date-less Washington Post lady.
The media are not producing good stories about the organization behind anti-Trump protests because they think “organization” is a conspiracy theory.
This election showed us how insulated our echo chamber has become. Journalists must begin making an effort to listen to opinions besides their own.
In an ‘October Surprise,’ a media outlet runs a negative story on a candidate late in the campaign season to break his balance and benefit his socially oriented opponent.
By ‘elevat[ing] to the first place in the government one of the worst men in the community,’ Republican and conservative evangelical leaders have made liars out of themselves.
No decent person thinks Trump’s decade-old comments are laudable or dignified. But neither is his opponent’s political platform.
The Washington Post’s response to a reader who wanted to be more supportive of friends who can’t get pregnant? “Men can bear children.”
It might be time for our media to take a breather from non-stop praise of Hillary Clinton. The Washington Post just called her a style icon. Really.
Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza says it’s ‘absurd’ to write about Hillary Clinton’s health, but he covers GOP politicians’ health. He says that’s different.
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