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Hosts Alison Dagnes and Lawrence Eppard interview Bulwark policy editor Mona Charen and touch on the problems of misinformation and disinformation, the decline in decency, extreme partisanship, the "Big Lie," the health of American democracy, her book Sex Matters, whether dogs or cats are better, and more!
When our society loses its ability to discern what is true, and we can no longer agree on basic facts, then we subsequently lose our ability to think critically about issues, solve problems or thwart existential threats. We openly court disaster, writes columnist Calvin A. Moore.
By making important investments that better prepare us for the next pandemic, while adopting policies that will mitigate its impact, we can save millions of lives. And this work must not wait until the threat of COVID-19 has passed, the column says. It must begin now.
U.S. Sens. Jim Inhofe and James Lankford blasted Turkey after reports that it had tested a Russian-made anti-aircraft system designed specifically to destroy America's newest combat jet.
Anonymous government officials told The Associated Press and The New York Times that the Russian government has been using English-language we…
Russian intelligence operatives are using a trio of English-language websites to spread disinformation about the coronavirus pandemic, U.S. officials said Tuesday.
"These are not news outlets. They are entertainment broadcast media that mirror supermarket tabloids and traffic in sensationalist journalism," said Jenks resident Jaclyn L. Wertis.
FBI warns of ongoing Russian disinformation
The special counsel's Trump-Russia report has been released for all to see. But not all of it.
Ever since President Trump rightly weaponized that epithet against the mainstream media — as he did at a recent rally in Ohio — the establishment media and entrenched politicos have used “fake news” to delegitimize political speech with which they disagree.
The letters of Carthal Cobb and J.J. Moss ("Senate
not in recess," Jan. 11 and "Surely ye jest," Jan.
11) continue a Republican campaign of disinformation
about the Obama administration. They should
take time to read the Constitution before attempting
to interpret it.
Many newspapers and media outlets today are faltering because servicing the public with facts and relative information has taken a back seat to outright lies and disinformation! I once was an avid reader of several newspapers, but today, I find it hard to even read a single newspaper. This is a shame.
WASHINGTON -- A Cold War-era office with a shadowy name and a colorful history of exposing Soviet deceptions is back in business, this time wa…
Anti-reformists spreading disinformation
Editor, The Tribune: