Category Archives: Journalism

From Katy Tur’s New Book – Unbelievable

It’s a good read and a quick read (took me less than two hours to finish). This sounds like it is about Corey Lewandowski: About a week after my July Trump interview, I went for a drink with a senior … Continue reading

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The Shuttening

My goodness the NY Times is dull. Here they have this interesting list of mostly talented young women rockers, and all the editor can think to do is ask them these boring social justice warrior questions. Why not have a … Continue reading

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NYT: ‘Down the Breitbart Hole’

Wil S. Hylton writes for the New York Times Sunday Magazine: After losing Bannon and Gorka and Hahn to the White House; accepting the resignation of Yiannopoulos, who was caught advocating statutory rape; and firing the editor Katie McHugh over … Continue reading

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WAPO Media Columnist: ‘This week should put the nail in the coffin for ‘both sides’ journalism’

Margaret Sullivan (former ombud for the New York Times) writes for the Washington Post: “During the 2016 presidential campaign, the national news media’s misguided sense of fairness helped equate the serious flaws of Hillary Clinton with the disqualifying evils of … Continue reading

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‘Australian Jewish News Controls Australia’s Rabbis’

A Jewish friend from Australia tells me: “All the frumies buy the Australian Jewish News and read it on Shabbos. The paper is run by secular lefties and is filled with all sorts of filth about homosexuality and multiculturalism. And … Continue reading

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