Multiple murderers don't need inspiration from mass media anymore.
You may think the college admissions scandal proves that the rich have unfair advantages over the rest of us. Liz Peek of Fox News wants you to know that you're absolutely wrong,
According to conservatives, all the deeply racist and sexist things Tucker Carlson said should be ignored by the public because they were discovered using (gasp!) research.
Donald Trump is the frontrunner for 2020, thanks to media's compulsion to turn bizarre behavior and statements into "larger than life populism."
Look who's finally coming around to the idea that Fox is dangerous.
We keep saying that Trump is a larger-than-life grotesque monster. Maybe we should be saying he's simply a lousy president. It's an idea just crazy enough to work!
There's a lot of good reporting in that Jane Mayer story about Fox News, but I disagree with the main premise. Fox is what it always was.
There's some good news in the new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll. Voters see the GOP for what it is.
So wait -- Fox is now in favor of bipartisanship, and against ideologically cohesive parties? Did I miss a memo?
Chris Christie seems to think it's a problem that none of the Republicans in the House Oversight Committee felt the need to defend Trump.
The Dems-in-disarray-and-we're-all-doomed-especially-the-House-majority stories are already old and we have 21 more months of this.
Or at least he's pretending to, future possible indictments notwithstanding.
Rush Limbaugh gives a boost to the conspiracy theorists from the Internet's right-wing fever swamps.
Former Green Party promoter Roseanne Barr has decided Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the newest target of her ire.
On Thursday, close to noon, Fox News had effectively buried the story of the white Coast Guard terrorist who prayed to find ways to kill as many people as possible, because they obsessed on Jussie Smollett.