This article was first published April 4, 2020. There was no public action announced against Peters or his editor, Carolyn Ryan, for the fabricated quotes and false information in the Peters article. The following is an opinion and analysis. It […]
The following is a news analysis My recent article (link below) pointing to similarities between coronavirus comments made by liberal sources and public health officials– compared to those of highly-criticized conservative figures– got a lot of positive attention, and also
The New York Times just corrected its false article about me. What the incident says about today’s media environment. We also discuss the evolving recommendations about coronavirus masks.
How the New York Times, Jeremy Peters and Carolyn Ryan got my reporting on coronavirus all wrong (PODCAST)
How the New York Times, Jeremy Peters and Carolyn Ryan got my reporting on coronavirus all wrong.
The following is an excerpt from an article in Daily Wire. Former CBS reporter Sharyl Attkisson had her lawyers send a letter to the New York Times demanding they correct the “false and defamatory” article titled “From Jerry Falwell Jr
New York Times and Peters publish multiple false statements At least two subjects have demanded retractions, corrections Peters changes Attkisson quote to suit a false narrative Peters objects to reporting of factually correct, complete list of U.S. coronavirus deaths UPDATE:
A story in Politico caught my eye because of the familiar ring. Reporters covering the House Democrats’ retreat in Philadelphia complained about their tight rein. [quote]“It was a police state. It was absurd how heavy handed the capitol police and