The media behavior in the wake of this press conference was arguably something new, a sort of grotesque watermark of the media’s coverage of the Trump administration thus far.
Explaining a cartoon is kind of like having to explain a joke, but that’s just what is necessary after the president apparently retweeted and then deleted a cartoon.
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.
An analysis shows just how reluctant the media were to jump on the scandalous story, even after Loretta Lynch publicly confirmed a private meeting with the husband of the high-profile woman being investigated.
Like ‘Trump TV,’ ‘West Wing Week’ clips were made to look like real news, but unlike Trump’s version, national newscasts actually used them as real news.
When Brooke Baldwin paraphrased the memo as ‘essentially saying well I really don’t like women anywhere near a computer’ not once, but twice, Mary Katharine Ham had to explain the irony.
Media outlets are lying about a memo written by one of Google’s top scientists, which calls out the tech-giant’s illegal discrimination practices.
A batch of documents released by the Department of Justice reveal how reluctant reporters were to write about Loretta Lynch’s secret meeting with Bill Clinton while his wife was under federal investigation.
Proof that Canaanites were not destroyed by Israelites instead confirms Biblical passages.
The press is constantly saying this president is losing credibility without recognizing it is in the exact same predicament.
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.
Rolling Stone magazine confirms that an LGBTQ activist has poured more than $422 million of his own money into punishing ‘wicked’ Christians.
The Los Angeles Times is refusing to retract bogus claims about Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion made by disgraced columnist Michael Hiltzik.
Alliance Defending Freedom demands that ABC retract and apologize for a story in which they labelled the organization a “hate group.”
To characterize the Alliance Defending Freedom—an accomplished civil rights group—as a ‘hate group’ is unacceptable and inexcusable.
Sorry, Kirsten Powers, media don’t owe every troll anonymity, but doing disproportionate warfare with them can endanger the speech of others.
Last week, more Americans tuned in to watch re-runs of ‘Yogi Bear,’ ‘Full House,’ and ‘Friends”‘on Nick At Nite than to see CNN.
The G20 site was selected more than a year ago, when all bets had Hillary Clinton winning the presidential election.
Ted Cruz said CNN may have broken the law after they threatened to publicly expose the person who created a GIF of Donald Trump beating up CNN.
Inducing some random meme-making troll to grovel and apologize for his wrongthink isn’t journalism.
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