At the Boston Globe, even the solar eclipse is political

For whatever reason, in 2017, absolutely EVERYTHING is about politics. Read all »

Paper deathwatch: Will the NY Daily News be next?

If it’s been a while since you’ve seen a hard-copy newspaper, you’re not alone: according to figures released today, major print publications are in bad shape.

And if the trend continues, one may be destined for closure. Will the New York Daily News survive? Read all »

Columnist: It’s time to kill millions of cats!

In a hypercompetitive online world where capturing attention is harder than ever, one publication appears to have struck clickbait gold. Read all »

Andrea Peyser: It’s okay to slam Hillary’s pantsuits!

Because she’s a woman, are Hillary’s frumpy fashion choices and other personal characteristics off-limits?

While that’s the assertion of some of her supporters, many of whom are male, Andrea Peyser says criticizing the Democratic presidential nominee is perfectly okay. In recent weeks, the New York Post columnist has raised the ire of those in the Clinton camp who believe the latter should be protected from criticism due to her gender. Read all »

Fake breast size study fools publications around the world

Fooling newspapers and websites around the world, A major “study” on breast sizes around the world is a complete hoax, leaving some red-faced today.

Worse, this “research” may have been floating around the Internet for years! Read all »

Boy comments on brownies at school party, gets grilled by police

In some places, has political correctness now become so extreme that the only answer is to pack up and move, or switch schools?

After one mother’s unbelievable ordeal, the answer in parts of New Jersey appears to be yes. Read all »

San Jose riot: Local vs national coverage differs wildly

It’s been a major news story across the country today, but how have yesterday’s anti-Trump riots been covered closer to home?

The difference is startling, with at least one Bay Area media outlet heavily downplaying the violence that occurred in San Jose, California. Read all »

Facebook confuses Hillary Clinton, Kathleen Willey

How’s this for bizarre: Facebook can’t tell the difference between Hillary Clinton and longtime foe Kathleen Willey!

As users of the social media network began to share images of Wednesday’s New York Post cover, which highlights Donald Trump’s big Empire State win, it asked whether a photo of Clinton should be tagged as Willey. Read all »

WaPo: Trump supporters are ‘losers’

Is it possible to analyze the Trump phenomenon without disparaging his supporters?

At a time when even fellow Republicans are openly attacking their own party’s frontrunner (South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley did so last night, for example), the temptation was obviously too great for the Washington Post. Read all »

Is Ann Coulter reading YOUR comments?

Next time you leave a comment after a news article (heck, maybe even here!), you just might find it in Ann Coulter’s syndicated column. How’s that for making an impact?

For her latest piece, the longtime pundit used massive reader reaction to a Washington Times piece on the inability of many illegal immigrant refugees to use modern bathroom facilities or take medications due to a lack of experience with them, as a way to rip the rudderless Republican Party. Coulter then contrasted that hot issue, unnoticed by the rudderless Republican Establishment, with the snoozers the latter has sort-of pushed in a halfass manner during this election cycle: Read all »

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