Minding the media.
This Week: Law, War, Religion, Media, and Politics!
Today: Crime, Health, Labor, Government, and Media!
Examining how “fake” the news really is, and the methods by which our news is circulated.
This week: Government, Family, Media, Transportation, and Politics
This Week: Religion, Media, Crime, Technology, War
On Earth and beyond…
This week: Cities, Crime, Law, Business, and Media!
More views on the news.
I am beginning to wonder if in The Age of Trump, “Media” is going to be a regular appearing section…
News and views you can use on the news (and polling).
This Week: Healthcare, Media, Space, Creatures, Energy, Doom, and Transportation!
Watching the watchers…
This Week!: Family, Cities, Health, Media, Religion, and Sports!
News! Fake and otherwise.
This Week: Creatures, Entertainment, Business, Resources, and Media
This week, the Washington Post’s Charles Lane insisted that the media has done its job this election. He’s wrong.
Night Court doesn’t hold up nearly as well as Cheers, but it’s still fun. Anyway, this week: Latin America, Crime, Media, Education, and Labor!
If free speech depends on plaintiffs not having money, then the problem isn’t that plaintiffs sometimes have money.
There is never any excuse for treating Donald Trump unfairly.
The media sucks.
This Week: Russia, Media, Housing, Resources, Gender, and History!
No matter what happens on Monday, this is how I will always remember 2015.
Not Rosa Parks.
The New York Daily News would really like you to read their paper.
Labor, Education, Psychology, Media, Family, Society, and World!
Ethan Gach pokes fun at our seemingly bizarre devotion to Apple on the eve of its new product reveal.
Burt Likko was going to offer a mild criticism of The Notorious RBG. Then he thought again.
The New York Times ran a story that took Burt Likko’s breath away in outrage when he read it last night. But apparently, he’s pretty much the only one.
I can tell you what Game of Thrones is good at but not why we seem to like it so much.
“Data that contradicts the Ideology is a lie; institutions that publish such data are the enemy; those individuals who consider such data are heretics.”
Last year around this time I would have given anything to get my hands on a Steam Machine, but now that it’s becoming a reality, I’m struggling to remember why I was ever excited about it.
Everyone wants to offer the President advice on what the U.S. should do about Syria, but no one has any clue how their plans would work or why.
The rhetorical case for protecting the unborn has succeeded. The debate is over. It would be, that is, had the Supreme Court not issued – in Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s own words – a “difficult to justify,” “heavy-handed judicial intervention” in Roe v. Wade 40 years ago. Today, nearly two-thirds of Americans support making abortion generally illegal after the first three months of pregnancy. A staggering four-fifths support bans in the last three months. So if the pro-choice movement is […]
According to the New York Times, Chris Hayes will be replacing Ed Schultz as the 8PM lead-in to Rachel Maddow’s program on MSNBC.
Two weeks ago, while almost no one was watching, Rick Santorum and the conservative media pulled off an historic, astounding and quite literal coup. They did this with the tiniest of acts: organizing to kill US participation in a small and innocuous United Nations treaty. The treaty itself was not historic; indeed, it was mind-numbingly…