The former President and his supporters are crying “weaponization of the justice system.”
We know a lot less about the motives of spree killers than the public discourse suggests.
The face of Fox News is not the bow-tied buffoon from his “Crossfire” days.
The craziest damn thing you’ve ever heard of or a secret message to the crazies?
The network’s longtime weekend anchor couldn’t take it anymore.
Whether dupes or active participants, the damage is real (and points us back to 2016).
We’re likely to see more instances like the Capitol Riot and the Kyle Rittenhouse shootings.
A media critic argues we pay outsized attention to the goings-on at Fox, MSNBC, and CNN.
The right questions are: 1) why do some some on the right like him, and 2) should this concern us all?
Hungary is part of a broader global trend, but the real issue isn’t Hungary, it is the Americans who praise Hungary.
Stories, links, and brief observations from the week that never grew into posts.
A pandemic and the rise of Zoom meetings unleashed an academic theory into the wild.
A special session looms. (And how this is not like the filibuster in the US Senate).
Losing viewers to fringe networks, the Fair and Balanced team is joining them.
As Election Day draws closer, the President is doubling down on stoking racial resentment.
Critics of the modeling and of the data analysis are being too simplistic.
On Tucker last night, Patrick made an odd appeal (to be kind).
Much like the President they obsequiously defend, Republicans have become useful idiots in Russia’s war on Western liberal democracy.
We won’t have Sean Spicer to ikick around anymore.
Jeff Sessions entered the race for the GOP nomination for Senate in Alabama by heaping obsequious and pathetic praise on a man who had spent two years insulting him publicly and privately
Jeff Sessions is running to win back his old Senate seat, putting into play the possibility of a clash with President Trump.
The longtime anchor is leaving the network, ostensibly at his request.
Fox News Channel in general, and Fox And Friends in particular, have become nothing but a propaganda network for the White House and the President.