Absurdity went full tilt in 2016, and thanks to the utterly fake issues of fake news and Russian hackers, we're now in danger of losing freedom of speech and the press.
Freedom of the press is determined by the media’s ability to hold elected officials accountable—not by what friendships they cultivate.
Talking about ‘fake news.’ The Post got caught in a lie. Now they are forced to retract. But this won’t be the last time the mainstream press tries to spread propaganda and disinformation: The Washing
But when Trump lies, the Wall Street Journal—the second largest paper by circulation in the country—will not call it a lie, according to the its editor-in-chief Gerard Baker.
The Same Hackers Blamed for the DNC Email Hack Were Blamed for Hacking the German Parliament … But that Ended Up Being a Leak By German Insiders, Not a Hack At All
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The Washington Post published yet another fake news item, this time claiming Vermont's electrical grid had been hacked by the Russians, but there might be a good reason for its Red Scare hysteria.
The "Anything Goes" media mentality when it comes to Russia strikes again.
The new report media outlets are citing as proof is being disputed by experts.
Nearly a decade and a half after the Iraq-WMD faceplant, the American press is again asked to co-sign a dubious intelligence assessment.
"Bangladesh may or may not need tougher workplace safety rules, but it's entirely appropriate for Bangladesh to have different—and, indeed, lower—workplace safety standards than the United States."
Fox News took its war on the hungry to new lows by presenting false statistics about food stamp fraud as fact