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Death by a Thousand Cut-and-Paste Jobs
April 14, 2017
Revisiting the demonization of Hillary Clinton.
Fireworks on ABC’s 'This Week'
March 20, 2017
With a modest proposal for telling the audience what it doesn’t already know.
Truth, Lies and Democracy: Journalism in the Age of Trump
March 13, 2017
Safeguarding the truth has never in living memory been more difficult in the democratic world.
The Media’s Rapid Retreat
March 3, 2017
Tuesday provided a vivid demonstration that we are in this all by ourselves. The media won’t come to America’s rescue.
The Unholy Cohabitation of Press and Politicians
February 15, 2017
The White House Correspondents' Dinner is an unhealthy display of coziness between reporters and those they should be skewering.
Will the Real Journalists Please Stand Up?
February 1, 2017
A historian notes that objectivity, carried to extremes, stands in the way of a crucial American tradition in journalism: calling out lies and liars.
Winter is Coming: Prospects for the American Press Under Trump
January 5, 2017
How bad is it? Bad. I will explain why. Any bright signs? A few. This is Part One. Part Two is about what can be done.
The End of Journalism or a New Beginning?
December 21, 2016
At the grass roots, some journalists are trying to answer fake news with the real thing, but they need help.
TV News and Its Long Dark Night of the Soul
November 21, 2016
Tunnel vision and faulty polls blinded television to what was happening during the election. But that's not all.
And Now a Word From the Alt-Left
November 15, 2016
As Americans look for better sources of news, a member of the underground press recommends some grass-roots publications outside the mainstream media.
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