Propaganda phrases. What’s in a name? A look at “Trump’s child separation policy.”
How the encyclopedia “anyone can edit” has been weaponized by political and other special interests.
When journalists report on stories that powerful interests don’t want told, the journalists become subjected to The Smear.
Was some of the media’s coverage of Trump-Russia collusion– deja vu all over again?
Why do so many Smears dominate the news today? And can we stop it? I say: Yes. Listen to my latest podcast to find out how.
Anonymous leaks of classified information to the news media are the latest evidence of an ongoing intel operation against President Trump.
BuzzFeed stands by its reporting after Special Counsel Robert Mueller flagged alleged inaccuracies. But I have some thoughts about wavering journalism standards– and how propagandists have learned to exploit our weaknesses to further their narratives.
Trump’s “Shifting” Position on a Border Wall: What are the Facts? Sharyl Attkisson Podcast 2