Tattletale “Journalism,” In Two Parts
As legacy press outlets have lost much of their ability to manipulate public opinion, these institutions have resorted to increasingly desperate tactics to shape public discourse. Enter tattletale “journalism.”
Walter Cronkite Would Be Ashamed
No joke: CNN, the least trusted network in America, won the Walter Cronkite Award For Excellence In Journalism for staging an anti-gun rally in the wake of the Parkland tragedy. Here’s the true story of what transpired that night.
York Daily Record: Sinking To An All-Time Low In Journalism
Darren LaSorte takes to task the editorial board of the York Daily Record for its attempt at reaching an all-time low in the field of journalism.
Everything That’s Wrong (And Right) With Journalism Can Be Found In The Missourian
Creative Director Clay Turner reveals how a nonsensical rant in The Missourian cheapens journalism everywhere.
Beyond “Fake News”
A1F contributor and NRATV correspondent Chuck Holton describes the ways the media push their agenda.
S.E. Cupp: On The Side Of Freedom
Political commentator S.E. Cupp provides a strong voice for gun rights, and this year at Annual Meetings she gave a vivid snapshot of the news media in America. Editor Mark Chesnut has the highlights.