Reporters are quick to blame President Trump. But there’s a mountain of bad reporting in recent years that says otherwise.
How do the media handle dramatic updates that counter their narrative? This week, text messages sent by Peter Strzok, a chief investigator of the Clinton and Russia collusion probes, were released to Congress.
This problem did not appear in 2015 when a real estate magnate descended an escalator. The descent began decades ago. The good news is, accountability matters, even to those who trust media least.
In the last year, it’s become easier to understand how an entire subsection of Americans disbelieve everything that comes out of the media.
Our political press corps’ surrender of independent, fact-based analysis for Democrat talking points has been on full display now that Republicans are in control.
The 2016 election opened my eyes to this ‘Truman Show’-like media universe we’ve all been inhabiting.
Today, The New York Times editorial board took over the paper’s opinion Twitter account and became a proxy for the Democratic Party.
So Mike Pence is a lying liar for saying a totally anodyne true thing. But when Elizabeth Warren says a thing there’s no evidence for and no one can prove, media rushes to justify and obfuscate.
The network responded to President Trump’s gibe by portraying it as the home of hero journalists, but that doesn’t answer questions about its biased reporting and panels.
These are not insults of Native Americans, but of people falsely claiming to be Native Americans. And one need not be that smart to understand that.
AL.com makes it very clear that this letter is a letter the Moores repurposed, which was posted before the primary. Not so subsequent websites.
There’s just one approach you have to take if you’re a member of the media: undying fealty to Robert Mueller, no questions asked. Democracy dies in darkness, as we all know.
Journalists can’t push a Russia collusion narrative for a year then go silent because it turns out Russians paid a shady opposition research firm that happens to employ a bunch of their close friends.
Before you accept the supposed consensus amplified by a compliant media about chaos and disaster, consider whether the White House’s week was really one of failure or success.
These documents suggest Russia’s attempt to ‘hack’ the 2016 election was hardly just about the election, and that a main target and beneficiary of that effort is the American press.
Chuck Todd had a hard time accepting that Rep. Steve Scalise is unwilling to abandon his principles after being shot on a baseball field for holding those principles.
One might wonder why Jeff Sessions would take the time to say such obvious things, but to judge by the reactions it appears many Americans do indeed need a free speech 101 class.
For those of you who reported on Democrats in 2016, now is the time to confess your sins and ask for absolution. May Hillary take pity on your souls.
A ‘news story’ about an incorrect ACLU statement regarding border patrol checkpoints during Hurricane Harvey illustrates why Americans hate the media.
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.
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