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Camille Paglia: Democrats Are Colluding With The Media To Create Chaos

Camille Paglia: Democrats Are Colluding With The Media To Create Chaos

By Emily Jashinky, originally in the Washingtonm Examiner, Camille Paglia is much more worried about the media than about the steady string of Trump-related scandals they claim to be uncovering. In a Tuesday interview with the Washington Examiner, Paglia excoriated the press for its coverage of Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey and […]

‘Safe Space’ Social Media Site Imzy Shuts Down Cuz It Sucks

‘Safe Space’ Social Media Site Imzy Shuts Down Cuz It Sucks

Imzy was launched in the spring of 2016 by ex-Reddit employees, with the hopes of being a “warmer, fuzzier Reddit.” About a year later, the site is shutting down, due to lack of interest. “Unfortunately, we were not able to find our place in the market,” Dan McComas, the ex Redditor who founded Imzy, said in an […]

David Gains on Goliath in Online Video

David Gains on Goliath in Online Video

Steve Jennings/Getty During Facebook’s blockbuster Q4 earnings, the social network announced a new kind of stat about its burgeoning video platform that gives us a better idea about how it sizes up to YouTube. Previously, the company has revealed how many video views it gets a day. In April, it had 4 billion daily views. In October, […]

Imagine That: Even Politico Questions Whether the Economy Is Set to ‘Pop or Drop’

Imagine That: Even Politico Questions Whether the Economy Is Set to ‘Pop or Drop’

In stark contrast to the celebratory “AMERICAN ECONOMY BOUNCES BACK FROM BRUTAL WINTER” headline Friday afternoon at the Associated Press, aka the Administration’s Press, Ben White’s “Morning Money” report at the Politico is notably concerned about whether Friday’s “vexing jobs report” justifies the kind of optimism the AP conveyed with seeming finality in its headline. […]

AP’s Friday Jobs Report Coverage Also Ignored Many Predictions of Downward Revisions to First-Quarter GDP

AP’s Friday Jobs Report Coverage Also Ignored Many Predictions of Downward Revisions to First-Quarter GDP

This morning (at NewsBusters; at BizzyBlog), I noted that Friday afternoon’s coverage of the government’s jobs report at the Associated Press by economics writers Christopher Rugaber and Josh Boak carried predictions of “nearly 3 percent” economic growth this year. Those predictions ignore how difficult achieving that will be after the first quarter’s miserable 0.1 percent […]