Woke professionals acting as the indentured servants of a fearful oligarchy have become everything we were told to fear from Trumpism
How the blue stack created the false impression that one of its COVID enemies also happened to be a vicious bigot
The welding of media, government bureaucracy, big corporations, and banking together into a partisan weapon to punish dissenters points the way toward an ugly future
Masks have never worked. Testing has always been problematic. Kids were never high-risk. The past has never been altered. Welcome to the COVID consensus, circa midterms 2022.
For over a year the media enforced falsehoods about the pandemic’s origins, never evaluated the evidence, never apologized, and was never held accountable
Casting scientists as polarizing media figures has proved a disservice to both science and the public
Throughout 2020, the media reported a ‘scientific consensus’ about the pandemic’s origins without providing any information about its investigations
Axel Springer CEO Mathias Döpfner is in talks to buy the Beltway news site, which bodes poorly for employees who have tried to bully management into left-wing ideological purity
A spokesman for the ‘reality-based community’ acquits his own class and condemns its critics
You’re struggling to understand where all this vaccine hesitancy comes from. Let me help you.
How three media delusions from the Trump era are still ruining everything
The AP’s Zeke Miller is no stranger to political controversy and personal trauma
The paper now presents everything through the frame of American domestic politics, erasing regional and local distinctions
The corporate, tech, and media elites will not allow the president to come between them and Chinese money
Years before Trump’s election the media dramatically increased coverage of racism and embraced new theories of racial consciousness that set the stage for the latest unrest
Collective demonization invades our culture
In ‘Merchants of Truth,’ an editor of ‘The New York Times’ chronicles the bloodbath of journalism’s demise—and, in turn, inspires revenge fantasies of her own
Donald Trump isn’t hurting the press. Google and Facebook are.