Reading Time: < 1 minute How much do Fox News viewers love Donald Trump? A new poll provides the answer… on just how biased the “news” network really is.
Reading Time: 7 minutes For two decades, Fox News has made piles of money from creating a fictional America in which conservatives are under assault and can play the victim. Under Trump, the network stopped pretending that it is fair and balanced.
Reading Time: 4 minutes To Fox News commentators, impeachments are attempted coups and Trump invented weekends.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Fox News uses the term “All-American” to describe its summer concert series. But the overwhelming majority of performers are white. Just what does “All-American” mean to the conservative news channel?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Fox News didn’t like what we wrote about them and asked for some minor changes to an editorial. We accommodated them — but what does Fox News do about the many falsehoods they air? We want to find out.
Reading Time: 5 minutes For two decades, Fox News has made piles of money from creating a fictional America in which conservatives are under assault and can play the victim. More covertly, it has been driving the Republican agenda.
Reading Time: 12 minutes Roger Ailes built Fox News into a profitable media empire — at the expense of journalism.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Comparing himself to murdered 12th Century Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Becket notwithstanding, fired FBI chief James Comey has been mostly circumspect in responding to Senate Committee inquiries about President Donald Trump and Russia. But he did make one assertion Thursday that jolted some historically-minded viewers to the edge of their seats. It was a comment Read More
Reading Time: 5 minutes In the wake of the Charleston shootings, it’s worth revisiting this discussion about how—and why—the media discourages deeper scrutiny of violence in the US.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Talking about Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is about as useful as discussing Lincoln Chafee’s or George Pataki’s ambitions for the White House — except those two actually held elected office at one point. Yet, if you’re a ‘name’ in America, you can be a politician. Ok, ok, it’s a bit rich (pun intended) to request that Read More