The executive director of the National Firearms Act Trade and Collectors Association (NFATCA) told The Federalist Thursday that The New York Times distorted his words to make it appear that he favors national gun registration.
Frank Miniter explores how Katie Couric interviewed John Lott for four hours—but didn’t air a minute of it.
While the extent of the crew’s law breaking will come out in time, we think it’s safe to say that eight seconds of silence might soon be the least of Couric’s worries.
Earlier this week, struggling Internet firm Yahoo—which lost the search-engine war to Google, saw its stock prices plummet to around a third of their previous levels and recently began looking for a buyout—proved they do journalism … well, about as well as they do everything else.
While the eight-second pause inserted into Katie Couric’s pseudo-documentary “Under The Gun” may seem like a rookie mistake, in reality the film actually represented the second collaboration between Couric and director Stephanie Soechtig.
On Wednesday, the Washington Free Beacon cited two anonymous sources interviewed in Katie Couric and Stephanie Soechtig’s first “documentary” film collaboration, 2014’s “Fed Up.”
Caught red-handed in not only grossly unethical journalistic practices but likely felonious criminal activity in production of her pseudo-documentary “Under the Gun,” disgraced “journalist” Katie Couric apparently has no plans to try to make things right.
On Saturday, June 18, Americas1stfreedom.org reported that NPR’s “Morning Edition” had covered up the political PR background of Shannon Watts, director of Bloomberg’s Moms Demand Action (MDA).
Comedian Amy Schumer is a hopeless gun-control romantic. Over the weekend, she gushed about Katie Couric on Twitter. “I love @katiecouric for being so cool in general,” she wrote. “But her doc @UnderTheGunDoc should be required viewing.”