Edward Wasserman: Although the sentiments of working hard and keeping promises are commonplace, the disputed wordings are practically identical, and any claim that the similarities are accidental is the kind of thing a fourth-grade teacher would laugh out of class.
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Sharon Kyle: As an African-American who is the direct descendant of American chattel slaves whose labor built this country, I understand Maria Armoudian’s proposition about “The Young Turks.”
Stephen Fox: The worst of the worst of the mainstream full-scale articles in my estimation was Nate Cohn’s recent one in the New York Times, which I roundly and acerbically condemned on many many Facebook group pages.
Lauren Steiner: I sat through the 45 minute panel growing increasingly more infuriated by inaccurate comments by the moderator and the panel and lack of rebuttal.
John Marciano: In reality, Cronkite never opposed the war itself; rather, he only came to question it after the Tet Offensive made it clear that the U.S. policy in Vietnam was not working.
Larry Wines: Where were their fact-checkers when the networks took their morning leads from an H-arrow campaign press release falsely claiming Sanders supporters had “thrown tantrums” and “thrown chairs” at the Nevada Democratic Convention?
Stephen Fox: I must state that I am a huge fan of Facebook in general. It has had a brilliant and lasting effect on liberal American politics by improving our channels of communication, but I think there are some serious problems, too, which could be corrected.
Larry Wines: When a few old fat white guys find a way to climb atop something that puts them above the soccer fan crowds — where they artlessly pull off their clothes — they transform into old, fat, naked white guys that command the cameras.
Paul Haeder: In many ways, this country’s cultural wars have derailed revolution, activism, the eye on the real prize – ending capitalism.
Walter Brasch: Trump also revoked the press credentials of several newspapers, including the Washington Post and the Des Moines Register, solely because he and his combed-over ego believe the publications didn’t treat him fairly or that they were inaccurate in coverage.
Rothschild-Owned Associated Press Prematurely Crowned Clinton Before California Primary, Maybe Because They Were Angry about Their In-law Zac Goldsmith Losing the London Mayor’s Race? have arrived at a very interesting and almost too logical explanation about the Associated Press’ perfectly timed announcement two days before the California, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota and North Dakota primaries, that Clinton had […]
Marc Cooper: With the clear message to citizens in six states—including the most populous in the union—being “don’t bother,” the only concrete effect this can have is to further depress the vote all the way around.
Stephen Fox: In this primary season, we have all seen rampantly abounding media blind spots in every corner of the United States, as if every journalist and editor had been offered some kind of bribe or incentive or hidden reward to “Tell It Like It Isn’t.”