"The challenges to democracies are all too visible. Machine learning may increase polarization - reengineering the online world to promote political division," reads an important soon-to-be-published article, adding, "The challenges to autocracies are more subtle but possibly more corrosive."
The reality is he trails Barack Obama by a margin of two-to-one in another key media metric: post-presidency news coverage.
The advertising trends are not good for news publishing brands. And that's not good for democracy.
And by oxygen, Ipsos political guru Chris Jackson means the ability of the U.S. news media industry to stay focused on what it's supposed to do: informing American voters about what's important.
Republicans may wax nostalgic for Ronald Reagan's "Morning Again In America," but Cheney is campaigning on something much more fundamental to Americans of all parties: our greatest task.
"They even broke into my safe," the former twice-impeached president and subject of multiple criminal investigations said after FBI agents executed a federal judge's search warrant and raided his home.
It was the exact moment when Alex Jones' heart would have broken -- if he had one.
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