The Republican party's kibosh on future presidential debates is ironic, given how important free speech is to its members. Misinformation, not so much.
Looking back, I think I summed it up well in my Jan. 7, 2021 post. The insurrection was a media spectacle designed to make America look vulnerable. It worked.
I had to chuckle when I got a request today not to give live coverage to a press conference on the anniversary of the Capitol insurrection thrown by the person who incited it.
Other most-read columns of the year included a "Big Fat Idiot," "The Media Optics Of The Capitol Insurgency," the "Talibrand," and "The Decline Of Western Civilization (In Two Simple Charts)."
This column begins with you having a personal stake in it, literally. Think of it as my Christmas gift to you.
Blacklists beget blocklists which have begun giving way to "inclusion" lists. What's the difference? A great deal of context.
Since 1990, the world's population with internet access soared to 75%, while those living in a democracy fell to 32%. Coincidence?
The question you should be asking yourself is which one of us actually wrote that.
A federal appellate court on Tuesday rejected journalist Ryan Lizza's request to reconsider a recent ruling that revived Rep. Devin Nunes' defamation claim over a tweet.
The report shows that in terms of senior-level marketing ranks, women have become the majority. In terms of ethnic diversity, the percentage of execs has risen to nearly 29%, up from only 26% a few years ago.
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