The continuing calls to abandon objectivity in reporting in favor of a particular agenda.
The average American is neither progressive nor all that interested in politics.
Journalism is terrible except when compared to the alternatives.
Multiple indicators point to a decline in the representativeness of the American system.
Debunking urban legends and Internet rumors is harder than it used to be.
Independent of the current controversy surrounding President Trump’s immigration order, Republicans in Congress are looking at a plan to break up the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
George Stephanopoulos’ s ties to the Clinton’s have always raised questions about his objectivity. Now, there’s further reason to doubt that he can play fair when the Clinton’s are part of the story he’s covering.
A story that has turned into a partisan kickball and some bad journalism have resulted in a celebrated news program getting considerable egg on its face.
Conservatives complaining about biased coverage from the liberal media should instead look in the mirror.
NYT executive editor Jill Abramson is shocked that her outgoing public editor thinks her paper “virtually bleeds” a “kind of political and cultural progressivism.”
CBS accidentally admits that they are giving less attention to some of the Republican contenders.
Daily Show host Jon Stewart spent 15 minutes on yesterday’s Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace trying to explain why he thinks Fox is a propaganda machine.
Yet another study finds conservatives wildly underrepresented in higher education.
Another poll confirms that Sarah Palin continues to be viewed negatively by the majority of American voters, but that doesn’t seem to matter to supporters who seem have a degree of adulation usually reserved for celebrities than serious politicians.