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The Regulatory Capture Of The Press
There is a phenomenon called “regulatory capture” that describes how government regulators come to be controlled by those that they are meant to regulate. The same idea applies to the press. And it’s
The Least Important Writers Of 2016
Congratulations to all the wieners. Read more...
ESPN, Others Fall For Bogus Information About NFL Spring League
Late Thursday afternoon, SiriusXM NFL Radio tweeted the following:Read more...
The Worst American Sportswriting Of 2016
There are plenty of lists out there compiling the year’s best sportswriting—try this one if you’re looking for some good holiday-weekend reading—and that’s as it should be, because there is a lot of
Peggy Noonan Extends Her Sympathy To Those That She Helped To Make Poor
As this year of imprudent surprise comes to an end, Reagan-era porcelain urn Peggy Noonan turns her forgiving gaze to the lessers—they are poor, you see. But why? Read more...
This Wall Street Journal Comment Section Offers A Rare Peek Into The World Of Whites
The media often makes reference to White America and its mysterious attitudes. But where can you gain access to this closed group? You must journey deep, deep into the rabbit hole. Read more...
You Don't Have To Write This Shit If They're Not Paying You To
Over at Sports Illustrated, you can read an article about Tom Brady’s new line of sleepwear for A Company That Makes Stretchy Workout Stuff. The article contains the following lines: Read more...
Don't Have Off The Record Meetings With The Stupid President
Donald Trump is both addicted to media attention and prone to lying to suit his own needs. There is no reason—none—for journalists to allow him to harangue them off-the-record. So stop. Read more...
Newspaper Scientists Engineer Story That Will Make Everyone Self-Righteously Angry
It’s easy to write a story that pisses off one or two demographics. But how can you piss off every demographic simultaneously—all for different reasons? At last, the New York Times may have pinpointed
Craven Reporters Scold BuzzFeed For Reporting News
As you’re likely aware by now, yesterday evening BuzzFeed published a dossier of allegations about Donald Trump, including the instantly unforgettable description of a hotel-room piss party with
This Is Why You Don't Kiss The Ring
Ethical guidelines exist for a reason. Norms exist for a reason. Read more...
Rush Transcript Of Mike Allen's Interview With Donald Trump
Today, D.C. access journalism kingpin Mike Allen, known for letting political players dictate the tone of their own coverage and for posing in a smiling photo with Donald Trump, will be meeting
How "Fake News" Became Meaningless
Let’s talk about fake news. Are you excited? I am! (Actually I’m not. That claim was fake news.) Read more...
Craven WaPo Reporters Praise Trump's Press Secretary For Lying With More Composure This Time
Get a load of these sorry quisling motherfuckers.Read more...
Republican: I Am Dumb
Today, an attorney takes to the pages of a national publication to declare loudly and for all to hear that she is dumb, easily persuadable, and lacking in any genuine moral foundation whatsoever. Read
Trump's Greatest Allies Are Craven Shithead Serious Journalists Like This Guy
First, a quick recap. Read more...
ESPN Would Prefer Dan Le Batard Stick To Sports; He Declines
ESPN has always struggled with addressing politics. Traditionally, the president coming on SportsCenter for a lighthearted segment picking a March Madness bracket represents the far edge of its
Fox Sports Hires ESPN's Former Ad Agency In Bold Attempt To Distinguish Itself From ESPN
Say what you will about Fox Sports, they’re consistent. Over the last several years they’ve done everything possible to establish themselves as the off-brand ESPN, from bringing in trash
Jason Pierre-Paul And ESPN Settle Invasion Of Privacy Suit
Free agent defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has settled his invasion of privacy lawsuit against ESPN, the network announced today in a statement: Read more...
Sources: Adrian Wojnarowski Is Close To Joining ESPN
NBA scoopmaster Adrian Wojnarowski is close to an agreement to leave Yahoo and join ESPN, according to multiple sources, a huge shakeup in the basketball reporting world that will have wider-reaching