Since it's the end of an epic year of political discord, I ran a quantitative analysis of MediaPost's editorial bias. Here's what I found.
If you want a glimpse of what his post-presidency media act will look like, check out the video the @realDonaldTrump account posted on social media Monday ripping off Leo Burnett's famous, "Beef. It's What's For Dinner" campaign for the Beef Industry Council.
Not a signature was stirring, from the Commander-in-Louse. Oops, pardon me! As this is the last "RW&B" of 2020, I couldn't resist taking one last shot.
I'm pretty sure that when historians look back on this period they will remember it as the epic time in the war on truth. Hopefully, they will not remember it as "The Epoch Times," which is one of the worst repeat offender websites publishing disinformation over the past year, according to NewsGuard, the news and information content ratings service created by a trustworthy journalist, Steve Brill.
Now that Republican leadership -- not to mention Russia's -- are acknowledging that Joe Biden is the official President Elect of the United States, watch for reality to begin setting in to the rest of the Republican party, even as its titular, albeit lame duck leader, persists that he, not Biden actually won.
As Fox News wraps up a record year, I just have to ask what lengths it is willing to go to turn a profit? According to a new analysis, it's willing to undermine our public health and safety to do it.
I've always suspected much of the President's base is in it just for the laughs. Like a WWE wrestling match, they simply like rooting for sides. New research seems to support that.
What happens when the dominant right-wing news brand loses its dominant source of promotion? You know, the Promoter-in-Tweet?