Tag Archives: The Media

When is an Act of Violence Terrorism?

Like most definitions in US politics, whether someone believes an act of violence is terrorism depends on who you’re asking.

 

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Point/Counter-Point: New York Times’ Hiring of Bret Stephens

How the New York Times allowing a climate change skeptic to be an Op-Ed writer became the biggest debate, regarding journalistic integrity, on social media.   

 

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Is This News? (02/16/17): Trump’s Russian Contacts, Secretary of Labor Position, WH Leaks, and “That” Trump Press Conference

With so much going on in the Trump presidency, there has been a glut of news out there in the last week. But we ask the question, are these stories worth paying attention to?

 

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TPT in Images: Fox News Compares Steve Bannon and the Leader of ISIS in a Chart

Kids, kids. As far as the majority of America’s concerned, you’re both terrible.

 

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Point/Counter-Point: Ethics Over Leaking the Trump Dossier

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Is it more important for a journalist to provide context for their stories or to present them with absolute transparency?

 

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