Sullivan’s essay is titled, “When The Narrative Replaces The News.” Now he notices? The narrative has regularly replaced the news for more than a decade.
Gee, will they be able to bury the Biden scandal forever?
Journalists lie outright in public as their employers and editors shrug and do nothing, and then accuse the President of being responsible for the fact that the public no longer trusts journalists.
I wish it were my analysis, although every component of it (I think) has been covered here in the past, most of them several times.
“We have half-baked results kind of like baking a cake and leaving out half of the ingredients.”
The Ethics Alarms position: letting the perfect be the enemy of the good is usually unethical…and stupid.
“Why make an articulate response when a snarky insult or a sarcastic poke will do just as well? Why be polite when cursing someone out will hit three times as hard?”
Sure, why not fact check only one side in controversy? What’s biased about that?
Elaine Chao, Peter Dinklage, Bill Buckner, and an idiot…
Any excuse for a Gilbert and Sullivan song…