Literal ‘dog bites man’ stories involving Joe Biden’s dog Champ are receiving more press attention than the contents of Hunter’s memoir.
The New York Times reports that the Wall Street Journal is under employee pressure to become more like . . . the New York Times.
CNN has shockingly misrepresented the risk of COVID-19 infection among vaccinated people.
He has once again proven himself more than willing to be used as a political prop.
Submitting that only Republican officeholders can get away with improper or heinous acts is manifestly silly.
If you follow most of the media, or cable TV chatter, or Democratic politicians on Twitter, you likely know none of the above.
Mark Janus discusses the free-speech rights of government workers up against Big Labor.
Yesterday, a ‘Washington Post’ reporter argued that Joe Biden’s first press conference on Thursday will represent ‘a major test’ — for the press.
Robby Soave at Reason nails the press, especially Aaron Rupar at Vox, for retailing a completely misleading account of what the police spokesperson said about the Atlanta spa murderer.
A response to Rick Hasen.