In a piece in the Washington Post today, EJ Dionne allegedly lays out the “three big lies about health care.” One of them, however, isn’t a lie at all. The other is a debatable policy question. The third is an absolute strawman.
Is it possible that the machinations in the Nixon administration resemble recent reports about the intelligence agencies under the Obama administration?
Washington Post blogger Jennifer Rubin used to hate the Paris climate deal. Then Trump agreed with her. Now she loves it. What changed?
In the midst of an active shooter situation, we have tips for how to judge breaking news. We need similar tips to manage anti-Trump breaking news.
Attack groups have begun banging the drum against George Will in response to news NBC and MSNBC have hired the Pulitzer-Prize-winning columnist as a contributor.
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‘She’s an expert on fake news because she writes it herself!’ Carlson says of a reporter for The Washington Post.
The latest Mike Pence furor is not really a clash of political ideologies. It’s a clash of anthropologies, a clash of two incompatible worldviews about human nature.
The left can’t offer a consistent vision of masculinity’s proper role in society. So how do we teach our sons to be good men in today’s world?
The Washington Post lied about a lawmaker’s biblical reference, refused to quote what he actually said, then mocked Breitbart for shoddy journalism.
The primary question here is not really whether truth is dead—but why the question only arises when someone challenges the elite’s particular control of it.
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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