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The Facts of Life: how two different papers handle them

I make a strong point in How I Learned The Facts of Life that credible newspapers, no matter the style they use to tell us the stories, give us the facts. Yesterday and today, the two newspapers I read daily … Continue reading

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A voter fraud witness who’s a convicted sex offender? Why didn’t I know about him?

I’m feeling kind of left out of the picture here. And I’m suffused with shame. After all, I present myself as getting all the facts. Indeed, I’ve written a book about it, How I Learned The Facts of Life. So … Continue reading

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Fascinating research on disinformation: who buys into it?

I’m a bit behind in my New Yorkers. Last night, I got to The September 14th issue, in which an article by Joshua Yaffa,”Believe It Or Not: How concerned should we be about online Russian manipulation?” grabbed my full attention. … Continue reading

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