Conservative media outlets are using faith-based journalism to cue readers and gain political ground, here’s how.
Bannon’s back at Breitbart – and their new target seems to be their boss’ old boss in the White House.
Nearly two months after the European Union pledged to ramp up its anti-disinformation campaign, it appears the Commission has little to show for it. The East StratCom Task Force, an agency set up to counter pro-Russian propaganda, anti-Western disinformation, and other sources of “fake news”
“Obamacare 2.0 Guts Enforcement, Gives Illegal Aliens Health Care Through Identity Fraud.” This was one of the many headlines criticizing the recently proposed healthcare plan on the infamous news site Breitbart. In light of the new plan, the admittedly alt-right news platform has seemingly turned
Comedian John Oliver’s HBO series Last Week Tonight made its comeback this past Sunday, broadcasting for the first time since the election. As expected, the liberal bastion dedicated the show’s main segment to the new administration as opposed to the usual, as Oliver puts it,
Breitbart has pledged to be “highly critical” of Trump if he ignores the “values and principles that drove his voters to the polls” – but their coverage on Goldman Sach’s inclusion in Trump’s appointments tell a different tale.
Judging on the President-elect’s previous sentiments towards the press, the future of White House journalism is uncertain at best.
Trump has taken advantage of the distrust in the establishment, and used his authority to validate fictional stories. With Trump’s support for misinformation, the fake news industry has found great success outshining real news and making its way to politicians’ Twitter feeds. According to a
On Friday, October 28, Hillary Clinton’s emails were yet again in the headlines when FBI Director James Comey informed Congress that he is investigating Huma Abedin’s emails due to a possible relation to the Clinton email scandal. “Wait, what?” cry many news stations. “Wasn’t this
Last month, mainstream media discovered the alternative right (usually referred to as the “alt-right”). The alt-right is an emerging political movement whose exact definition is difficult to pin down. It has gained mainstream visibility in recent weeks due to its connections with the presidential campaign