The front page of The New York Times still includes the motto: “All the News That’s Fit to Print.” Some days it’s even accurate. But that wasn’t the case on Tuesday.
The first rule of Journalism Fight Club is: Don’t totally embarrass yourself or your employer, especially on TV. Then there’s Jim Acosta.
So-called journalists were too busy covering presidential tweets this week to report on a topic that might embarrass their friends.
Was President Trump’s surprise dinner with Russian President Vladimir Putin “too cozy for comfort?” Only if you work for one of America’s clueless mainstream media outlets.
The media got the scalp they wanted. Next to President Donald Trump, journalists have been out to get Sean Spicer more than any other member of the administration.
It was a bad week for journalists. Many in the traditional media felt besieged — especially those who work for a place called CNN — targeted for scorn by conservatives and investigation even by their fellow journalists.
If you believe the news media, today’s hearing with former FBI director James Comey was the Super Bowl of scandals.
You can thank media outlets for escalating the tensions and urging left-wing shock troops to declare war on the right.
Journalists who campaigned against President Trump both before and after the election questioned the need for the White House Correspondents’ Dinner this year.
Susan Rice is a liar and that’s the truth. What’s amazing is that it has taken years for the major media to admit it, despite epic evidence.