Pundits—evoking Chicken Little—treated the glitches in the health care website as a historic catastrophe. They look more than a little silly now.
A new book from reporter David Folkenflik details how Fox News’ shady practices have been around since day one.
With its double-barrel attack on New York City Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio, The Economist shows its contempt for unions, evidence, and, ultimately, New York City voters.
The super-rich earn more than $200 million a year and pay lower taxes than the rest of us. The biggest problem they have is the “monster” they helped create: Tea Party Republicans.
History can help us understand our present problems; the Tea Party and its funders are nothing new.
Will the mainstream media ever wise up to the fact that both sides in our political debate don’t play by the same rules?
The debate over the government shutdown and the debt ceiling demonstrates how Tea Party extremists, despite their unpopularity, enjoy a stranglehold on our politics.
American Jews are less conservative and more dovish regarding Israel than the media and certain Jewish organizations would have us believe.
When false equivalence is the aim, facts go out the window.
In their desperation, Bill de Blasio’s opponents in the New York City mayoral race have turned the clock back to his time in Nicaragua, and the media is playing along.
The mainstream media paints an inaccurate and overly rosy picture of sequestration’s devastating effects.
Rupert Murdoch is already the most powerful media man in the world, and he is eager to use—and abuse—that power everywhere he can.
The lack of media focus on labor helps ignore the relative paucity of benefits for American workers.
When it comes to global warming, we’re cooked.
Jack Germond was a smart, tough-minded, no-nonsense political reporter. That’s why people called him a liberal.