• For Chyron Out Loud, How Cable News Is Abetting The Gaslighting Of America
    In the 887 days since he took office, the President has demonstrated a remarkable tenacity to lie about even seemingly obvious facts, despite an omnipresent and ever vigilant Fourth Estate. And despite incessant fact-checking by diligent news organizations ranging from The Washington Post to Politifact, the President appears to be winning, ironically, with a little help from the news media. And by that, I don't just mean Fox News, but all of the major cable news networks.
  • Americans Feel Political Discourse Has Grown Toxic, Attribute It To POTUS
    While the findings reflect obligatory partisan skews, it's noteworthy that even high percentages of self-declared Republicans feel the President is making them feel "concerned," "confused," "embarrassed," "exhausted," "angry," "insulted," and "frightened."
  • When Size Matters, But Photographic Evidence Does Not
    "There were thousands of people cheering," the President of the United States said during a press conference on Tuesday when he was asked by a reporter about the crowds of protesters who took to the streets in London during his trip to the U.K.. "I don't see any protests. I did see a small protest today, very small. So, a lot of it is fake news, I hate to say."