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Mar 12 2021
The Rise of Plug-and-Play JournalismFrom the Right
This piece is from a writer rated Lean Right.
On Thursday, some Twitter users pointed out a seemingly strange phenomenon: Googling “mass shooting surge” returned the exact same headline and article from seemingly different sources, with various locations plugged in to appeal to different states:
Upon closer inspection, the articles illustrate howJulie Mastrine
Jun 13 2013
Sparks Fly Between MSNBC's Joe Scarborough and Chris Matthews Over 'Big Monster' Gov't
MSNBCs Joe Scarborough clashed with fellow network hosts Chris Matthews and Mika Brzezinski on Wednesday over government surveillance and critics who once derided President George W. Bush -- but who now remain silent or supportive when it comes President Barack Obama's enhanced data collection.The Blaze
Feb 28 2019
Story of the Week: Michael Cohen Testifies: Bombshell or Blunder?President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen testified in front of the House Oversight Committee after being sentenced to 3 years in prison. Some praised his testimony as potentially troubling for President Trump after Cohen implicated him in illegal activity. Others criticized Democrats for calling Cohen to testify in the first place, particularly after he pleaded guilty to lying to Congress AllSides Staff
May 24 2019
Story of the Week: Calls for Trump Impeachment GrowCalls for President Trump's impeachment are growing among House Democrats with the addition of Rep. Justin Amash, the first Republican congressperson to signal support for the move. Although the Mueller report did not find evidence of Trump-Russia collusion during the 2016 campaign, some say that his findings show that Trump obstructed justice, as the report alleges that the president attempted AllSides Staff
May 08 2015
US economy added 223,000 jobs in April
Really the only unusual or exciting thing about this jobs report is how unusual it is for something so thoroughly expected and non-game-changing to happen. Adding a bit over 200,000 jobs a month is both what analysts thought would happen, and also a trajectory that is consistent with a continued slow decline in unemployment but no real labor market boom.
Dive deeper into the data, andVox
Apr 24 2019
IRS Fails to Meet Congressional Deadline to Hand Over Trump Tax Returns
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service on Tuesday failed to meet a congressional deadline for turning over President Donald Trump's tax returns to lawmakers, setting the stage for a court battle between Congress and the administration.
The outcome, which was widely expected, could prompt House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal to subpoena Trump's tax records as the opening salvoNewsmax (News)
Mar 10 2013
GOP looks for answers on polling
The campaign arm of the congressional GOP is moving to reboot its polling operation after a messy 2012 cycle, the first concrete remedy taken by the Republican side since candidates and outside groups were left stunned on Election Day by results that their internal data never came close to predicting.Politico
May 14 2016
Katie Couric: ‘Silent Majority’ of Gun Owners Want More Gun Control
During a May 13 appearance on NBC’s Today, Katie Couric previewed her upcoming gun control documentary by claiming a “silent majority” of gun owners want more gun control.
Couric said these things during an interview conducted by Matt Lauer, who began the interview by countering FBI statistics and claiming mass shootings are on the rise. In September 2014, the FBI released a highlyBreitbart News
Apr 13 2015
Scientists just found the first evidence for liquid water on Mars
Scientists just found the best evidence yet that liquid water is currently present on Mars.
Using data collected by the Curiosity rover, they determined that tiny amounts of water vapor condense as a liquid in the planet's soil at night and evaporate away in the morning.
The research, published today in Nature Geoscience, shows that high amounts of salt in the soil lower theVox
Apr 15 2021
Unpacking Georgia’s Controversial New Voting Law
Georgia’s newest voting legislation has stirred up a hurricane of political sensationalism and media bias this month, leaving much of the public confused about what the law actually does and why it remains controversial.
The bill, titled “Election Integrity Act of 2021” or SB 202, was signed into law by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp on March 25. It is 98 pages long, and like most 98-pageJoseph Ratliff