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Massive layoffs send memo to the corporate media: Americans hate you
It's been a rough couple of months for the corporate media including once major platforms as well as upstarts with attitude. Read More.
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Imagine a world ‘without journalists’: Lament by Washington Post millennial leaves millions in stitches
"I don't think people understand how bad the world would be without journalists." Washington Post millennial "journalist" Taylor Lorenz made that comment in a post on TikTok during which she lamented massive layoffs of other "journalists" like her at the LA Times and other leftist outlets. Read More.
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Journalist who tried to cancel Djokovic for refusing vax dies suddenly at Australian Open
British journalist Mike Dickson, the Daily Mail’s tennis correspondent, died suddenly while covering the Australian Open. He was 59. Read More.
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Update: American journalist Gonzalo Lira dies in prison in Ukraine
Gonzalo Lira, an American journalist who was being held in prison in Ukraine, has died, Tucker Carlson reported on Friday. Read More.
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Report: Why CNN is so concerned that Trump has a binder 'containing highly classified' info
Last month, CNN reported on what it titled “The mystery of the missing binder: How a collection of raw Russian intelligence disappeared under Trump”. Read More.
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Tucker Carlson launches his own network: Still part of Fox-WSJ media powerhouse
Is he the 21st century Walter Cronkite? Tucker Carlson subscription streaming service went live on Monday as the journalist who went where Fox dared not tread has apparently retained his credibility in a media arena that lost it. Read More.
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Federal court halts prison sentence of satirist Douglass Mackey
A federal appellate court on Monday halted the 7-month incarceration of Douglass Mackey, who was convicted on a charge of "conspiracy against rights" for a 2016 election meme which suggested Hillary Clinton supporters could vote via text message. Read More.
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Elon Musk battles advertising cancellation drive
Elon Musk said he plans to file a "thermonuclear" legal action against Media Matters for America, claiming the leftist organization "completely misrepresented the real user experience on X" in an attempt to harm the social media platform. Read More.
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That was fast: Facebook wasted no time censoring release of Nashville transfesto
Facebook censors kicked into high gear almost as soon as three pages from the manifesto of Nashville mass shooter Audrey Hale hit social media on Monday. Read More.
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Died Suddenly? Corporate media rush to attack vaccine critics in wake of Matthew Perry’s death
Actor Matthew Perry, 54, was found dead at his Los Angeles home on Oct. 28. His cause of death is still unknown and pending a medical examiner’s investigation. Read More.
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African White House correspondent takes aim at foreign-born residents lecturing Americans
Freedom is the most important thing to protect because everything else — democracy, innovation, and creativity — flows from there. Read More.
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NY Times headlines buttressed claims Israel bombed Gaza hospital; Mideast ignites
The Arab and Muslim world exploded in protest on Wednesday after legacy media, including The New York Times, amplified Hamas propaganda which claimed that a hospital in Gaza was bombed by Israel, resulting in 500 deaths. Read More.
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Media watch: Washington Post set to lose $100 million, cuts 240 jobs
The Jeff Bezos Midas touch has apparently not laid a finger on The Washington Post. And $15,000 for a fake Pulitzer doesn't go very far in the Biden economy. Read More.
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First Amendment triumph: Appeals court shuts down government’s censorship ‘nerve center’
The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a district court’s ruling which ordered a preliminary injunction prohibiting federal authorities from coercing and coordinating with online platforms to censor content. Read More.
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WorldTribune still censored despite ‘most outrageous government coverup in American history’
On Sunday, The Telegraph published an article by science editor Sarah Knapton under the headline "China lab suspected of Covid leak stripped of US funding for violating biosafety rules". Read More.

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