Tag Archives: National Review

Bill O’Reilly Fired from Fox: Media and Network Implications

After a series of sexual assault lawsuit settlements and departed advertisers, conservative commentator Bill O’Reilly was ousted from his long-standing role as the host of Fox News’ The O’Reilly Factor. O’Reilly’s departure has spurred many discussions about his lasting legacy on cable, political news and

United Government, Divided Public Opinion

Anyone who follows American current events is well aware that political parties have become stronger and increasingly more polarized in recent years. In the aftermath of one of the most controversial and unpredictable general election upsets in recent history, the Republicans now have confirmed control of

Analysis: How Right and Left Wing Media Have Covered Clinton’s Health

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has faced questions and criticisms concerning her health for years. These have continued through her presidential campaign, but until recently, they were disparaged as far-right conspiracy theories and rarely discussed in the mainstream media. These theories resurfaced with vigor after Clinton