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Censorship by Theft on University Campus Nov. 20, 2019

Daily Editorials

Radford University, a taxpayer-supported institution in southwestern Virginia, is in a public relati... Read More

An Embarrassing but Very Teachable Moment for College Journalists Nov. 19, 2019

Daily Editorials

Much as conservatives blast the news media for a supposed liberal bias, the sting of press scrutiny ... Read More

Politics of Impeachment Nov. 12, 2019

Daily Editorials

Atlantic magazine recently had some interesting observations about the way the House Democrats' impe... Read More

Count on Big Media to Protect Anti-Trump Sources Nov. 10, 2019

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — It's so precious watching big-name journalists speak of the sanctity of the anony... Read More

Short Takes on Badly Named Streets and Badly Informed Federal Staffers Nov. 04, 2019

Daily Editorials

Naming Rights The last thing the St. Louis region needs is to continue offering accolades to a team ... Read More

Whistle(blow) While You Work Oct. 30, 2019

The Word Guy

Pity the poor word "whistleblower." Like the intrepid human it denotes, this term has endured a long... Read More

Field of Anonymous Trump Donors Getting Crowded Oct. 27, 2019

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — Last year, when a "senior administration official" wrote an anonymous New York Ti... Read More

The March of Death by Anonymous Sources Oct. 23, 2019

L. Brent Bozell

CNN host Jim Sciutto was mocked for tweeting two months ago, "Let's please ban the word 'narrative' ... Read More

The Anatomy of a Terrible Liberal Media Lie Oct. 22, 2019

Daily Editorials

I have to tell you a remarkable personal story, a story that proves the liberal media are, in fact, ... Read More

The Anatomy of a Terrible Liberal Media Lie Oct. 20, 2019

Wayne Allyn Root

I have to tell you a remarkable personal story, a story that proves the liberal media are, in fact, ... Read More

Gloria Allred, Superlawyer Oct. 19, 2019

Susan Estrich

She is almost as famous as the women she represented and the men she has held responsible. She has b... Read More

The Silence of the Aides Oct. 06, 2019

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — There is a price to pay when a U.S. president communicates mostly through tweets,... Read More

The New York Times Repeatedly Called a Famous Cartoonist an Anti-Semite -- and Didn't Ask Him for Comment Oct. 04, 2019

Ted Rall

Earlier this year, Portuguese cartoonist Antonio Moreira Antunes drew one of the most controversial ... Read More

Kroger: Don't Lose Local News Oct. 02, 2019

Jim Hightower

Do you shop at a Kroger supermarket? Or maybe at Ralphs, Fred Meyer, King Soopers, Fry's, City Marke... Read More

The President and the Journalist Sep. 26, 2019

Susan Estrich

Of course, Donald Trump is not just another president, and Cokie Roberts was not just another journa... Read More

Daily Life in the Pigpen Sep. 17, 2019

William Murchison

We live in extraordinary times, do we not? No one I know can remember, so far as I am aware, discuss... Read More

Saying Goodbye in a Changing World Sep. 06, 2019

Suzanne Fields

Saying goodbye is never easy. Every school child quotes "Parting is such sweet sorrow" from "Romeo a... Read More

Billionaires Who Promise to Save Journalism and Then Default: It Ought to Be a Crime Sep. 06, 2019

Ted Rall

Let's talk about fraud: "A person or thing intended to deceive others, typically by unjustifiably cl... Read More

Curb Your Enthusiasms. Biden's the One Sep. 05, 2019

Froma Harrop

As the Democratic contenders gallop around the backstretch, political handicappers are once again ob... Read More

Freedom of the Press? Not in the US Aug. 31, 2019

Ted Rall

The United States ranks 48th among nations for press freedom, according to Reporters Without Borders... Read More