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Reliable Sources

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Three Questions To Ask When Choosing Your Research Sources

One of the biggest challenges of writing historical fiction is keeping it “historical.”

Since all of my current stories are set in the 30s and 40s, I’m required to know all sorts of minutia, from skirt lengths to cigarette brands to how to simulate silk stockings when there are none to be had. 932 more words

Is the Boston Herald Print Edition Now in Jeopardy?

As the sadreading staff has previously noted, the Denver Post is the Ghost of Printmas Future for the Boston Herald, given that both papers are owned by Digital First Media (slogan: “Where Newspapers Go to Die”). 322 more words

A Reliable Source

In this morning’s recommended read, you will learn the 3 ways the House Republicans’ Russia report directly contradicts the intelligence community. (Pictured above is their Reliable Source.)


On Trump's Spelling, Brian Stelter Embarrassed By His Own Panel

On Sunday’s “Reliable Sources,” host Brian Stelter was repeatedly dunked on by members of his own panel when he tried to sensationalize President Trump’s spelling errors on Twitter. 660 more words