The media shift from impartial to political has become more evident with each passing decade.
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In short: don’t get your hopes up. The most magnanimous moneybags won’t deliver us from Twitter bans.
The so-called “first draft of history” is always just that: a draft, mostly composed of fiction, wishcasting, and narrative-setting.
Other than the loss of a few forgettable afternoon TV hits, no Fox viewer will much miss Jonah Goldberg or Stephen Hayes.
Are “identity politics” all that remains when we can’t agree what’s real?
Gen Z is arguably the most socially-conscious generation alive, and they want their economic system to align with how they feel regarding social issues.
Can we officially say this is how the 2020s will be remembered, and more importantly can we change the course?
Matt Kibbe sits down with Marc Clair to talk about their common medium of podcasting and how it’s transforming the way that people get their information.
Now is time to seek out and acquire what is necessary to counterattack the tyranny of mood control that poisons every aspect of public discourse.
Pollsters, journalists, and self-proclaimed “experts” manipulate data and statistics to tell the story they want you to hear.