How a respected but peripheral editorial job evolved into a partisan bludgeon for both sides of the American divide
How the data-driven political journalism of Ezra Klein, Nate Silver, and others, applies the techno-elitist values of Silicon Valley to flatten political reality
How coverage of the Jewish state became a signifier of the ideological activism that now permeates Western culture
Alex Berenson and his former ‘New York Times’ colleagues use the coronavirus to compete for Most Obnoxious Award, as readers languish in the dark. A case study in media death.
Celebrity profiles have become an excuse for fawning over celebrities or attacking political targets, but it’s time for journalists to get back to seeking the truth
Just not in the way you think
Says Legendary Photojournalist Tyler Hicks is Bad at His Job
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