Adam H. Johnson is a media analyst for Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting and co-host of the Citations Needed podcast.
While Democrats Call for Gun Control at Home, They Push Deadly Arms Deals Abroad
To seriously address the scourge of gun violence, we must oppose U.S. militarism around the globe. Many leading Democrats haven’t gotten the message.
If the New York Times Wanted Ideological Diversity, Why Not Hire a Socialist?
To the Times, Bret Stephens' racism and climate denial are more acceptable than leftism.
Once Again, Corporate Media Unites To Support U.S. Escalation in the Middle East
Trump's latest aggression against the Assad regime has won him fans in editorial boards nationwide.
Surprise: David Brooks Is Dead Wrong on the Women’s March
The New York Times columnist used the biggest protests in U.S. history as an excuse for another boilerplate centrist rant.
Rural America
Troubled Human Celebrates Coal Miners Losing Health Insurance
Hey, Pundits: Stop Blaming Millennials For Trump—They Aren’t the Ones Voting for Him
Journalists who pin the rise of Trump on falling civic education standards ignore that young people are the least likely to vote for him.
U.S.-Led Airstrikes Just Killed 85 Syrian Civilians—And the Corporate Media Looked Away
More died than in last week's Nice, France attack, but far fewer words were written.
Washington Post Squeezes Four Anti-Bernie Sanders Stories Out of One Tax Study in Just 7 Hours
The paper seems bent on taking down Bernie.
Shockingly, the Washington Post Investigated Itself for Anti-Bernie Sanders Bias and Found None
The paper had just run 16 negative stories about Sanders in 16 hours.
The Washington Post Ran 16 Negative Stories on Bernie Sanders in 16 Hours
This has to be some kind of record.
Bernie Sanders Won All Major Polls, But Corporate Media Declared Hillary Clinton the Debate Winner
Bernie Sanders by all objective measures "won" the debate.
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