Scottish police are reportedly investigating horrific allegations of child abuse by Catholic priests. The incidents reportedly occurred at a Catholic-run foster home in Falkland, Fife in the 1970s. The alleged victim, Dave Sharp, is now 60 years old. He was just 12 at the time and had been in foster care since his mother died […]
There’s no Sunday TV news program that’s more original than Full Measure. Season 5 starts Sept. 8.
The following is an excerpt of an article from The Hill. You can read the full post by clicking here. In July 2017, the Department of Justice Inspector General (IG) began an investigation into whether former FBI Director James Comey had improperly handled and shared government memos, including some containing classified information. In a report […]
Scientists believe there are likely multiple factors behind what seems like a depression epidemic among teens. The prevalence of depression among U.S. adolescents is reportedly up 30% over the last decade. For example, it’s now well-established that anti-depressant prescription medicine can actually make depression worse. Other commonly prescribed medicines have depression and other brain disorders […]
The vast majority of you say that news coverage of Campaign 2020 so far is not fact-based, and is an effort to shape public opinion. That’s according to the latest unscientific poll at Sharyl Attkisson.com. Ninety-six percent (96%) stated that news coverage tries to shape opinion. The results are similar to a recent Rasmussen poll […]
Sharyl Attkisson will appear as part of a special panel discussion at the Paley Center in New York entitled “Media Bias: Fact or Fiction?” Watch live at 6:30p Tues. Sept. 17 here: https://www.facebook.com/PaleyCenter/ The James P. Jimirro Media Impact Series casts light on the role of media in influencing public thought and behavior. Designed to […]
The sole conviction against the illegal immigrant who shot and killed California resident Kate Steinle, 32, has been tossed out. Steinle was shot in 2015 in San Francisco. San Francisco is one of dozens of U.S. “sanctuary cities” that protect illegal immigrants from deportation. The shooter, a homeless Mexican man named Jose Inez Garcia-Zarate, had […]
Ebola has not reared its ugly head in the U.S. since 2014. But the deadly virus is a major problem in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). According to an update this week from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the current Ebola outbreak there has reached 3,004 cases with 2,006 deaths. Although the illness […]