New facts about last summer’s police clearing of Lafayette Square show how our media peddle glaring disinformation on a daily basis, on major stories.
English actor and comedian Russell Brand ripped the corporate media’s collusion with Silicon Valley tech giants as “troubling.”
For years now, a number of the country’s most prominent publications have assumed the groveling role of palace guards for the state and its friends in Congress.
What the story really says is that both CBS and ’60 Minutes’ are willing to publish sloppy hit pieces on those who defy their narratives and no longer think it necessary to even remotely justify this propaganda.
Cancel culture is empowering a new infrastructure that will challenge the dominance of legacy cultural institutions.
Lorenz is committed to canceling or shutting down anyone or any speech she dislikes or finds dangerous, even if it’s not true to begin with.
A guerilla force of thought leaders is the rising threat to decrepit legacy institutions chained to wokeness.
Intercept Co-Founder Glenn Greenwald announced his resignation from his own online publication after being censored by editors on an article questioning Joe Biden’s ethics.
At a time we hear perennially of how the American media is under attack by President Trump’s tweets, Greenwald’s case reminds us that there are journalists facing actual and serious abuse.
The Constitution says no religious test shall be required for political office. Nowhere does it say voters should ignore a politician’s beliefs.
Hillary Clinton’s latest scandal is the price Democrats pay for embracing the poster child for special privileges.
In defending Planned Parenthood’s baby-parts trafficking, Cecile Richards is employing rhetorical tactics meant to make you feel without thinking.
Whenever free expression is attacked these days, we hear some iteration of the “they had it coming” defense.
Remember Valerie Plame, the former CIA agent who was “outed” in the run-up to the Iraq war? She just retweeted an article outing another CIA agent.
Wired’s sprawling piece on Edward Snowden is revelatory. It also a reminder that it is completely reasonable to hold conflicting views about his actions.
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