Easter Worshippers or Christians? Obama, Clinton and Other Democrats Accused of Bias

In the aftermath of the horrific Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka that killed 321 Christians and others who were observing the holiday and wounded 500 others, some commentators and media figures criticized statements from prominent Democrats as being biased (subconsciously or not)...
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Is Gillette’s New Ad Biased Against Men, or Championing Needed Social Change?

The new Gillette razor ad, titled “ We Believe: The Best Men Can Be ” has sparked intense debate over its perceived bias . Some are decrying the advertisement as being biased against men, while others are applauding the company’s efforts to affect social change. And of course, some...
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Prominent Patreon Creators Leave Site Over Political Bias. Should Big Tech Uphold Free Speech?

Editor's Note: On Jan. 1, Jordan Peterson and Dave Rubin announced they will officially leave Patreon on Jan. 15. After popular crowdfunding site Patreon banned a number of accounts this month, other account holders — particularly, those who use their funds to explore controversial ideas...
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Google News is Heavily Biased — But It's Not Rigged

An extensive report by AllSides reveals Google News is biased against conservatives, but there is no evidence that Google News bias is intentionally rigged. AllSides’ 39-page Google News Bias research report reveals Google news bias is heavily Left-leaning. AllSides found Google News is...
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Tech Companies May Be Stifling Conservative Speech. Can They Change?

Differences in the way liberals and conservatives view appropriate speech affects what we see online — and can lead to silencing. The Department of Justice and state attorneys general met Tuesday to discuss whether social media companies are “intentionally stifling the free exchange of...
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INFOGRAPHIC: How Political Bias Fools Us

Republicans are wrong about Democrats. Democrats are wrong about Republicans. It turns out that Americans are not so good at determining how many people with certain characteristics belong to either of the major political parties. A study by scholars Douglas Ahler and Gaurav Sood that was...
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