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WashPost Hails Chelsea As 'Polished, Practiced...Princess'

By Tim Graham ~

Washington Post reporter Jessica Contrera has only been out of college a year. So is that the level of experience you choose for someone to try and pry some information out of the Clinton Machine about daughter Chelsea? 703 more words

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Rolling Stone Editor To Leave Magazine Amid Lawsuits

By Melissa Mullins ~

According to The New York Times, Will Dana, the managing editor who oversaw Rolling Stone’s trumped up UVA gang rape story, … 352 more words

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ESPN Defends Decision To Give Courage Award To Jenner In Lieu of Someone Deserving

By Jack Coleman ~

Perhaps you’ve seen it — the photo of Noah Galloway, a double-amputee veteran of the Iraq war and crowd-pleasing contestant on… 610 more words

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Thoroughly monstrous Millies

I have seen two references to ‘Millennials’ in the last day alone, both in the type of pseudo-report that only features in the business section of advert-deficient regional publications, and both credited to middle ranking drudges from accounting firms. 322 more words

CNN Mourns 'Lost' Media 'Titans' – Including Williams And Stewart

By Matthew Balan ~

Frank Pallotta of CNN Money hyped in a Friday article that “in just one week, the media world has lost, in one way or another, four of its titans… 617 more words

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Lies The Media Told Me

By Edward Cline ~

Marshall McLuhan’s claim that ‘the medium is the message” is a rule of thumb adopted by today’s news media. Truth is optional, and the means by which it is delivered to the public has become a matter of “style” and bias. 1,619 more words

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Brian Williams 'Flub' Can Be Explained Away By 'Science'?

By Tim Graham ~

Of all the things written about the Brian Williams affair, this trend is the most hilarious: The Washington Post opining about the validity of false memory.  509 more words

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