Heterodox Academy: Vox’s coverage of campus speech issues is pretty biased

Beauchamp apparently failed to grasp that Dr. Ungar's Medium post focused on a subset of the total FSP data. … " But as HA author Musa al-Gharbi points out, Beauchamp doesn't appear to have understood the data he chose to use to make his point … The first of those, by Zack Beauchamp, is titled, "Data shows a surprising campus free speech problem: left-wingers being fired for their opinions…

Slate: The left’s response to Sarah Jeong’s tweets was problematic

Even if the use of this verbal register—let's call it the "defensive inversion of bigotry"—is meant to be subversive in the way Beauchamp suggests, it inevitably mirrors other undesirable aspects of the speech on which it is modelled. … Writing in Vox, Zack Beauchamp argued that it would be a mistake to think that Jeong is prejudiced against all white people: "To anyone who's even passingly familiar with the way the social justice left talks, this is just clearly untrue…

Vox: Sarah Jeong was just talking the way most people on the left talk about white people

To be really clear, in case Zack Beauchamp is reading this, "demonizing" does not mean literally turning white people into demons with tails and horns. … " In fact, Beauchamp has just conceded one of the points Sullivan made, "Scroll through left-Twitter and you find utter incredulity that demonizing white people could in any way be offensive. … Vox's Zack Beauchamp has written a lengthy response to Sullivan and also to NR's David French…

In effort to shield Obama from criticism on ISIS, White House makes everything worse

Indeed, Beauchamp's post makes a comprehensive argument as to why al-Qaeda in Iraq and ISIS are entirely distinct entities, though he set out to make the opposite case. … com's Zack Beauchamp, who attempted to make the same claim as Rhodes, conceded that experts note that al-Qaeda has sought to disassociate itself from ISIS…

Americans support Israel and the press hates it

"As harsh as the administration's language has been in the past few days, it's hardly been backed up by any meaningful public action pressuring Israel," Beauchamp wrote. … Vox.com's Zack Beauchamp expressed his concern over the fact that the White House is unlikely to follow up their harsh scolding of Israel for striking a U.N. school in Gaza (institutions that the U.N. has conceded Gazans have used as weapons depots) with concrete actions aimed at isolating the Middle East's only democracy in international institutions…

Some professor of communications thinks citizen journalism is “too risky” Updates

Just ask Jayson Blair and Frank Foer and Scott Beauchamp and Dan Rather and Mary Mapes and Dateline NBC and Stephen Glass and CNN (Operation Tailwind AND Eason Jordan's confessed Iraq cover-up) and the Associated (with terrorists) Press and al-Reuters and all those others actually were considered professional journalists and who abused their position…