The Atlantic issued a correction Thursday to a piece published on Tuesday outlining the apparent rise in tri-parenting arrangements.
The Atlantic published a piece on Tuesday outlining an apparent rise in tri-parenting arrangements chronicling the path of an asexuality activist.
It took less than 24 hours for left-wingers to pledge burning down the country if Republicans don’t abdicate their duty to fill a Supreme Court vacancy.
Even after a traumatic moment of devastating unrest, radical left-wing activists are now planning to do it all again if they don’t get their way.
At its most basic, Alex Vindman thinks that bureaucrats have the right to substitute their judgment for that of the American people. None of us chose Vindman or his colleagues.
Joe Rogan authentically represents an informed but perpetually curious everyman better than any interlocutor in the media.
Threats of left-wing political violence if President Trump is reelected have gone from subtext to the plain text.
The Atlantic’s article is evocative, but it provides no named sources. Some who were there have disputed the claims on the record. Add one more to the list.
When Goldberg dropped a supposed bombshell about President Trump trashing World War I soldiers in France, BS meters start pinging off the charts.
Edward-Isaac Dovere’s false accusation and question join a growing list of recent breakdowns in journalistic standards at the once-storied Atlantic.
“She’s just flatly wrong,” Bolton said, going on to give a timeline of events that culminated in the decision to call off the president’s cemetery visit.
So what exactly did The Atlantic and its legions of friends do wrong here, and why can’t we believe its claims about President Trump’s fallen soldier comments on its face?
Not only was The Atlantic’s story not confirmed by the supposed corroboration of some of the details, there is no way you can confirm a story premised solely on anonymous sources.
Despite conceding that the cancellation due to weather might be true, Jeffrey Goldberg stood by his story about President Trump’s trip to the cemetery.
Fired former National Security Advisor John Bolton debunked The Atlantic’s Trump hit-piece Friday and in his White House memoir.
The timing of the ad raises several questions then, that prompt further skepticism of the anonymously-sourced claims published in The Atlantic Thursday.
The news media’s narrative of a fascist Donald Trump using secret police is dangerous nonsense.
The editors at the Atlantic tortured this article beyond any sense of reason to ensure its readers swallow the idea that both men and women have periods and no one should think otherwise.
Four days, six comment requests, and one follow-up story later, The Atlantic issued a series of major corrections that confirmed The Federalist’s investigation,
The Federalist reached out to Atlantic Editor in Chief Jeffrey Goldberg, bringing the investigation, the author’s claim, and his editor’s silence to his attention. Goldberg has yet to respond.
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