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There's a worldwide conspiracy of fake newsOh my gosh! The fake news conspiracy is worse than we thought. The whole world is in on the conspiracy. Here are just a few of the horrible, nasty, terrible, no-good things the... [Read More]
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Those who think Fake News started with Trump and the medias slobbering love affair with a U.S. president started with Obama should have seen John F. Kennedys term..10/21/2017 1:02:09AM EST. [Read More]
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The practice of journalism has rarely been more critical - or at greater risk - in the United States. Never before has a president of this nation so aggressively attempted to delegitimize and even threaten established news organizations that produce stories that undermine the narrative he is trying to create. Public distrust of the media did not begin with the election of Donald Trump, but his constant drumbeat of "fake news" and claims of fabrication have only galvanized it. [Read More]
And a thought or two on the toxic poison injected this week into our body politic by the President of the United States... Among the demonstrably real, not fake, news stories covered on today's BradCast [Audio link to show posted below]... A... [Read More]
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'The president has been listening to a few advisers who have the scornful idea that it's proper the press speak only when spoken to, or reports the news with "one-sided fairness."'... [Read More]
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The government may have to regulate Facebook and other online publishers to counter the threat of fake news, a former head of GCHQ has said.Robert Hannigan, wh... [Read More]
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Have you ever found yourself as part of a story and as you read it you realize the news has it all wrong?  Well, welcome to our world. In a story widely reported by Buzzfeed, the allegation is made that Democratic Members of the Unity commission and... [Read More]
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A roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week... [Read More]
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Rural Wisconsin swing voters like me were microtargeted by Russian bots. [Read More]
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Before he was even president, Trump sent out this whopper of a lie: It was both appalling and frightening that the newly elected president of the US didn't recognize millions of votes.  It was just plain disgusting, however, that our media... [Read More]
Digby Parton posted on this at Salon https://www.salon.com/2017/10/19/the-big-lie-pays-off-trump-voters-believe-fake-news-about-the-news-being-fake/ about the results of Politico's polling showing the extent to which thepublic, and especially Trump... [Read More]
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Senators also want to know why it's taking the agencies so long to remove Kaspersky anti-virus. [Read More]
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The good news is that popular vote loser Donald Trump has sources other than Fox & Friends for keeping up with what's happening in the world. The bad news is his other source is conspiracy-theory loving One American News Network (OANN), and it's... [Read More]
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How exactly White House Chief of Staff John Kelly came to the conclusion that Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL) had claimed credit for securing $20 million for an FBI building in Florida is, to put it mildly, a total mystery. It's an accusation Kelly made... [Read More]
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Donald Trump is on Twitter yet again, circulating a conspiracy theory that has been debunked numerous times. [Read More]
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Sunday host Chris Wallace generally lives in peaceful co-existence with Fox News Channel's opinion folks, except when he hears some of them echo President Donald Trump's criticism of the news media. Fake news? He's fighting back. "It bothers me," Wallace said in an interview. "If they want to say they like Trump, or that they're upset with the Democrats, that's fine. That's opinion. That's what they do for a living. "I don't like them bashing the media, because oftentimes what they're bashing is stuff that we on the news side are doing. I don't think they... [Read More]
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PolitiFact editor Angie Drobnic Holan wrote an editorial on Wednesday taking issue with President Trump's declarations of "fake news." Holan reported "Trump is so taken with the phrase 'fake news,' that he's mentioned it at least 153 separate times in interviews, on Twitter and in speeches, according to a count compiled by PolitiFact." She hates the phrase, but she didn't mention PolitiFact almost never evaluates the accuracy of national media coverage.

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Local bar owner Todd King was celebrated in a press release for tossing out his NFL memorabilia in protest, but the story was blown out of proportion.        ... [Read More]
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