The Drudge Report headline running today involves a pun about the Omicron variant, coupled with a link to a story where health officials warn of millions of cases per day in the United States within weeks. The site is using an image of a grayed out skull for the headline, clearly and pick up the … Read moreDrudge goes creepy for Christmas
Over the past few days the “pathway to heaven photo“ has been making its rounds. It was taken by people after the scene of a car accident, there’s some hot debate whether it’s a soul going to heaven or just a glare from the windshield. But just as a symbol of how the news media … Read moreNot fake news but repetitive news
CNN caves to pressure and becomes journalism again?
Gannett, the publisher, contends that demand for details on who accessed article violates the First Amendment. Newspaper publisher Gannett is fighting an effort by the FBI to try to determine who read a specific USA Today story about a deadly shooting in February near Fort Lauderdale, Fla., that left two FBI agents dead and three … Read moreUSA Today fights subpoena aimed at readers of Florida FBI shooting story!! They want to know everyone that clicked on an article within a 35-minute window
The socials have found them selves having some fun at the expense of NEW YORKER and CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin.. Toobin made the profoundly horrible judgment of masturbating during a zoom call. And people saw him doing it.. Boy, must his face be red. Not only did he perhaps jeopardize a solidly respectable career but now … Read moreThe unfortunate moment that Jeffrey went tubin’ on Zoom
Scandal among the billionaires!! Yellow journalism! Scathing tabloids! Politics and surveillance! All the rage among the elite.. This week Jeff Bezos wrote an article for Medium that the National Enquirer had private messages and emails being sent to him demanding that his Washington POST stops investigating ties between the tabloid and Saudi Arabia. If they … Read moreREVENGE OF THE BILLIONAIRE BEZOS: SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL
This is from an AP DISPATCH FROM MAINE: A Maine newspaper that horrified author Stephen King by dropping its local book review coverage used his complaint to boost digital subscriptions.King, who lives in Bangor, complained Friday about the Portland Press Herald’s decision to stop publishing freelance-written reviews of books about Maine or written by Maine … Read moreStephen King fans love newspapers…?