Sen. Tom Cotton fired another battery at the embattled Southern Poverty Law Center with a letter asking the Internal Revenue Service to investigate the vengeful speech arbiter’s tax-exempt status.
The Senate hearing involving Christine Blasey Ford’s accusations against Brett Kavanaugh ended in a he-said/she-said impasse. A defamation lawsuit might remedy that.
Vilification is a form of psychological terrorism. Because the fury displayed by those leveling the charges is so relentless and uncompromising, it carries its own threat.
I shake with fury when I think about how, in the Democrats’ dishonest and despicable rhetoric, a man of the highest integrity is already an all-but-proven rapist.
The media are working overtime not just to prevent the eminently qualified Brett Kavanaugh from being confirmed to the Supreme Court, but to destroy his life as well.
Perhaps an apt metaphor for ritual defamation is the gang rape of one’s character and good name. This episode represents a rape of the rule of law, and of Brett Kavanaugh’s character.
Rolling Stone is only now able to put this travesty behind them, at least legally.
A Stanford professor is suing other scientists for critiquing his work in favor of ‘renewable energy.’ That’s not how science works.
At its core, this in-fighting reflects the Left’s need to recruit the appearance of scientific truth to undo the trauma of its political dethronement.
The judge’s narrow reading of the precedents shouldn’t end Sarah Palin’s quest for vindication against the latest vicious, untrue smear by a media establishment that has long detested her.
A student accused of sexual assault is suing not only his accuser and his university for defamation, but also the organization that provided the school’s discipline policy.
The transparency point BuzzFeed head Ben Smith claimed is basically the same rationale Rolling Stone’s Will Dana used to justify publishing the fake story that ended in a major court loss.
Days after criticizing the proliferation of fake news online, President Barack Obama openly praised the “great work” of a notorious fake news outlet.
Rolling Stone hopes claiming a ‘badge of shame’ will save them. Not likely.
A jury awarded a University of Virginia administrator $3 million for the way she was portrayed in false story about a gang rape published by Rolling Stone.
A jury returns a verdict that Rolling Stone defamed a University of Virginia administrator with malice. Its tepid and self-serving response is infuriating.
A federal court jury found Rolling Stone liable for defaming a university administrator after the magazine published a false story about a gang rape at the University of Virginia.
The dismissed Rolling Stone lawsuit over the false University of Virginia campus rape article is not the win headlines suggest.
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