USA Today’s decision to publish the substantially erroneous op-ed written by President Trump has provoked rightful criticism by others in the news media amid the Trump administration’s ongoing war against truth and the free press.
The President’s departure from Obama-era rules regarding birth control caused plenty of media reaction.
Repeal and Replace is no more (for now).
The Senate health care bill stalled in Congress during the July 4th recess, and mistakes were made in the weeks prior that resulted in media backlash.
With the American Health Care Act en route to the Senate, the media primarily focused on partisan political gains and losses – rather than the specific policy points of the bill itself.
“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
Google, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and The New York Times round out our top picks for this week. Google – The women missing from the silver screen and the technology used to find them This article discussing a new technology is simply incredible.
House Resolution 464, the Cameras in the Courtroom Act, is the most recent effort to bring cameras into the Supreme Court. Recently, the legislation moved to the Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet where it is likely to die. However, the idea of
The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and Vox round out our top picks for this week. The New York Times – Why It Will Be Hard to Repeal Obamacare The strength of this piece lies in its readability and graphics. It’s pleasing to