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& Partners: I can tell you from personal experience over the last several months, having met with countless investors and leaders of media companies and editors and writers and technologists in the media world that there is a desperate belief that The Problem can be solved with the New Thing. And goddammit someone must have […]

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I did post this at the time, you may remember it: ProPublica Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Donate ProPublica Wins Third Pulitzer Prize for ‘An Unbelievable Story of Rape’ April 17, 2016 T. Christian Miller, a senior reporter for ProPublica, and Ken Armstrong, a writer for The Marshall Project, won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize […]

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So the Boston Globe did this

Boston Globe prints imaginary front cover from a Donald Trump Presidency. https://t.co/ULn45VFB8u pic.twitter.com/574qyJwDKu — ¡Gabe! Ortíz (@TUSK81) April 10, 2016 Because they really, really don’t want Trump to be president. What do you think?

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Fox News host Megyn Kelly hinted recently that her days may be numbered at Fox News after months of being attacked by GOP front-runner Donald Trump. In a Variety interview published on Tuesday, Kelly explains that the relentless attacks by Trump had “not been enjoyable.” “I wish it hadn’t happened. I hope it will stop […]

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Fox News’ Neil Cavuto is one of the biggest opponents against raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. Today, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed it in law and Cavuto had on one of the founders of the Fight For $15 movement, Naquasia LeGrand to discuss the horrible consequences that may fall upon the […]

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Trump: The soap opera

Oh course, no one expected the media to play such a prominent role in propping him up. But they are, to say the least, not serious about really vetting Republican candidates: One of Donald Trump’s top campaign strategists, former communications director Stephanie Cegielski, has resigned from his campaign in protest of Trump’s ridiculous statement that […]

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Over at NPR, also known as Nice Polite Republicans: Oreskes directed Roberts to explain her reasoning behind her column — both the substantive case and Roberts’ conviction she had a right and need to articulate it — in a conversation with Morning Edition host David Greene broadcast early Monday. “Our journalists have clear instructions,” Oreskes […]

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MSNBC host Joe Scarborough complained on Tuesday that the Republican Party was fracturing because it had advocated economic policies benefiting the richest Americans for the last 30 years with the promise that the wealth would “trickle down” to others — but it never did. “The problem with the Republican Party over the past 30 years […]

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Agreed. All it does is give him more air time and he won’t answer your questions: “The first way you do it is not in the interview — you do it by some reporting,” Koppel said. “It’s an old-fashioned concept but I think demontrating who and what Mr. Trump is and what his policies really […]

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Better late than never?

After building Trump’s brand for most of the last year, now Joe Scarborough is pretending to be a man of principle: Joe Scarborough, host of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” suggested business mogul Donald Trump’s refusal to disavow the Ku Klux Klan could disqualify him from the presidential race. “It’s breathtaking. That is disqualifying right there,” Scarborough […]

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