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How and where do you get your facts from the news?

We all worry about whether we know enough. And there’s a lot to know. But if you watch Fox for your news, you don’t worry. You’ve got nothing much to worry about. A recent study shows you don’t know much … Continue reading

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Corey Lewandowski and the media reaction to his testimony

I’d been listening to the Lewandowski hearing before the House Judiciary Committee on MSNBC, primarily because I didn’t know the Spectrum channel for CSPAN. And I was reading Twitter at the same time. So not only was I personally reacting … Continue reading

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A great crib sheet to “No collusion! No collusion!”

Bless the New York Times. Just at the moment when a lot of us are having a new type of emotional disturbance over our Horror — no government, no president, awful things being done — because we are getting desperate … Continue reading

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