20,000 Tell Media What They Think Of Their Biased Coverage Against Donald Trump and For Hillary Clinton

Western Journalism by Jack Davis October 15, 2016 at 8:15am This summer, the New York Times ruminated and pontificated about the extent to which it was appropriate for journalists opposed to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to allow their bias to color their reporting, deciding in the end that there were more important issues than…

AP NEW STYLE: Children Can’t Consent so No More “Child Prostitute” & Refer to “Mistresses” as Companions or Lovers

Photo: Roger H. Goun (Flickr) CJR By Merrill Perlman APRIL 4, 2016  ONE SURE SIGN OF SPRING is the sighting of new entries for The Associated Press Stylebook. For the past few years, changes in the AP Stylebook have been announced to coincide with the annual conference of the American Copy Editors Society. (Full disclosure: This columnist…

Conservatives Call Out ‘Liberal, Biased Outlets’ Thinly Disguised as Nonprofit Journalism

  The nonpartisan Tax Policy Center said Donald Trump’s plan is more generous to taxpayers than Hillary Clinton’s but does far more damage to federal revenue. (Associated Press) Court rules consumer bureau’s power ‘unconstitutional’ in setback to Obama Columbia University President Lee Bollinger (left) poses with Elizabeth McGowan, Lisa Song and David Hasemyer of InsideClimate…

As Media Pimps Work Overtime to Discredit Juanita Broaddrick, It’s Becoming Obvious How Credible She Really Is!

EDITORIAL: Really, why should she or any rape victim want to ‘cozy’ up to liberals, media pimps or the Democrats? It’s not like a single one of them has ever thought of Juanita Broaddrick or any other woman Bill Clinton sexually assaulted and Hillary Clinton threatened into silence. Media pimps are no different here. We’ve…

BULLYING: Does Your Child’s School Have a Dirty Little Secret

Psych Central By Matthew Loeb~ 2 min read Meet Eric. Eric was every parents’ dream: motivated, sincere, and well-rounded. He excelled in music and theatre. High school teachers lauded Eric for his intelligence and compassion. But thin, introverted, and painfully self-aware, Eric’s classmates at Mentor High School preyed on the boy’s sensitivity. At first, Eric…