“…it is considered irresponsible to spread baseless, potentially damaging rumors about public figures.”
The news NBC didn’t report.
“Mom, he hit me back!”
Plus: “Trump eats your soul in small bites.”
What were they thinking?
Media: Republicans sure do a lot of pouncing!
“It may be down at the Number 12 spot.”
Heard it through the grapevine?
“Trump and his aides showed little interest in healing or national unity.”
You could do a lot more by doing much less
Revoked three years ago.
“…a scar that Chicago didn’t earn and certainly didn’t deserve.”
“If the Constitution does not require public figures to satisfy an actual-malice standard
in state-law defamation suits, then neither should we.”
“…we’ve abandoned our pretense or at least the effort to be objective today”
“It’s a good day for you to die.”
Heading them off at the pass
“This is personal.”
Stop us before we beclown ourselves again!
“Being positive seemed better than letting them slander us with all of these things.”
“Even though the special counsel disputes it?”
“This one is different.”
“The more ‘woke’ staff thought that urgent times called for urgent measures.”
“We’re no longer the suckers, folks.”
“I think you’d have more viewers and readers.”
Is he Kennedyesque this time, or Obama-esque?
“By ranking ‘legitimacy’ you’ll just introduce more conspiracy theories.”
Celebrity and politics.
We’re not laughing, even if Marx is.
“Whew, I don’t think it’s going to happen though.”
L’etat, n’est pas vous.
“In what other aspect of journalism do we believe that hiding information from the public serves the public?”
“The aggregate result indicates that the overall bias of Google News is 65% left, 20% center, 16% right.”
Why people hate the media, Chapter MMCCCLXXXII.
You better sit down for this one.
“A PR stunt,” says … the Washington Post?
“I don’t want an attorney general who beats and abuses women!”
“I’ve seen a nearly 50-year campaign to delegitimize the press, and I’m saying so.”
No longer Miss Popularity
North Korea key?
Because of course they would