The far right is vehemently opposed to any evidence that conflicts with its ideology, writes Eric Alterman.
Eric Alterman illustrates how some fact-checking operations aren’t actually getting the facts straight.
Eric Alterman explains how a recent blog post in The Chronicle of Higher Education reflects the incompetence of conservative journalists.
The British Parliament found News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch “unfit” to lead his media empire, but that’s been the case for more than 20 years, writes Eric Alterman.
An excerpt from Eric Alterman’s new book, The Cause, attempts to explain the long-asked question: How did classical liberalism transition into New Deal liberalism?
Eric Alterman examines why American Jewish conservatives continually yet wrongly surmise that Jews are moving to the right.
Eric Alterman notes that just like last year, so-called liberal pundits are agog over Paul Ryan’s proposal to gut social programs and balloon the deficit.
Eric Alterman demonstrates why John Bolton defines the problem of on-the-one-hand objectivity in the so-called liberal media.
The real story this election season is the wealthy buying up our political system, writes Eric Alterman.
Eric Alterman fears the void left by the news media’s demise is already being filled by people who aren’t interested in telling the truth.
Eric Alterman muses that a recent BBH Labs advertising project would be great at all conferences for the super rich, to show them just how out of touch they are with the real world.
Eric Alterman examines the reasons for the declining strength of labor unions and considers whether workers have a civil right to organize.
Eric Alterman looks at the widespread alleged illegal activity at Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation.
Eric Alterman on Pat Buchanan’s long, odd, and controversial career in Washington.
Eric Alterman debunks claims from the right that our nation is becoming more conservative.