• Obit: 'Big Fat Idiot,' Dead At 70
    Rush Limbaugh's greatest legacy was that he was an incubator, pioneering a platform that gave voice to racists and misogynists to follow -- all the way to the White House, and even the steps of the Capitol.
  • How To Buy An Insurrection
    Here's my back-of-the-envelope estimate for the paid vs. earned media mix the former President's campaign used to incite the violent insurrection on our nation's capital.
  • Doctoring Doom
    Why media should be included alongside climate change, nuclear war and global pandemics as one of our greatest existential threats.
  • Promises Of Carnage Made, Promises Of Carnage Kept
    Have you ever woken from a nightmare so terrifying you had to replay it in your head to get back to sleep? That's what watching Frontline's "Trump's American Carnage" is like.
  • So Nice To See!
    That unfamiliar sound you heard was the collective exhaling of America. Well, most of it, anyway. The far more delicate, almost imperceptible, noise was the melting of countless snowflakes embodied by Wednesday's trending -- and ironic -- hashtag #notmypresident
  • The Media Optics Of The Capitol Insurgency
    In the new Civil Info War against America the score is: Insurgents one, Democracy zero.
  • Our 2020 Coverage Emphasized 'Right,' Not 'Left'
    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.
  • Lame Duck, It's What's For Indigestion
    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.
  • Twas The Deadline Before Christmas, And All Through The White House...
    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.
  • Making A List, Checking It Twice: Here's The Year's Most Misinforming Sites
    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.
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