Category Archives: Journalism

Sailer’s First Law Of Female Journalism

Comments at Steve Sailer: * Every time I read the story of Shulamith Firestone, lying alone and dead in her apartment until the stench alerted the neighbors, it makes me wonder how any woman could take her as a role … Continue reading

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Journalist Elites Are Also Cognitive Elites (Top 1%)

A new study of the cognitive elite, this time relative to the NY Times & Wall St Journal. Is it unseemly for me to say that The Bell Curve absolutely freaking nailed it a quarter of a century ago? I … Continue reading

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NYT: Is Australia’s Media Too Prudish for a Sex Scandal?

Amelia Lester writes in the New York Times: Barnaby Joyce was probably the last politician average Australians would expect to be embroiled in a sex scandal. A comparison to Mike Pence isn’t so far-fetched: They’re both second in charge of … Continue reading

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Does Trump Remind You Of The Pharoah?

Howard Kurtz writes in his new book Media Madness: Donald Trump, the Press, and the War over the Truth: But perhaps the most forehead-smacking piece in the Washington Post began with a Passover Seder held by a woman whose guests … Continue reading

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New York Times Reviews ‘Fire And Fury’ Book

Jonathan Martin writes in the New York Times: Then there is the sloppiness: The former representative Dick Armey was never House speaker, the Washington lobbyist Hilary Rosen spells her first name with only one “l” and it is Mike Berman, … Continue reading

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