Stanford journalism prof pens obituary of ‘objectivity’

Stanford journalism prof pens obituary of ‘objectivity’

by WorldTribune Staff, September 15, 2020 American journalism should abandon all objectivity in the name of “social justice,” according to a Stanford communications professor. Such a statement would have been considered shocking in an earlier era, however only noted commentator and law professor Jonathan Turley registered his objections. In an interview with The Stanford Daily, […]

Carter Page sues Yahoo, Huffington Post: Coverage ‘falsely branded’ him as traitor

Carter Page sues Yahoo, Huffington Post: Coverage ‘falsely branded’ him as traitor

by WorldTribune Staff, July 28, 2020 Former Trump campaign associate Carter Page on Monday sued the Huffington Post and Yahoo! News for what he said was their “campaign of lies” against him. The lawsuit states: “This action is brought against multi-billion-dollar media company Oath, Inc. (parent company of Yahoo! News and the Huffington Post), which […]

Amid media silence on street violence, Twitter told Sen. Cotton to delete tweets about military, rioting

Amid media silence on street violence, Twitter told Sen. Cotton to delete tweets about military, rioting

by WorldTribune Staff, June 19, 2020 Amid the rioting in Minneapolis during the George Floyd protests, an MSNBC reporter, with a building on fire behind him, proclaimed what was transpiring to be “mostly” peaceful. As the fire raged and rioters milled about behind him, reporter Ali Velshi said: “I want to be clear on how […]

At White House, McEnany lists Flynn questions press corps failed to ask

At White House, McEnany lists Flynn questions press corps failed to ask

by WorldTribune Staff, May 24, 2020 During Friday’s press briefing, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany included a slideshow of questions about “Obamagate” that she said major media outlets have failed to ask. “I laid out a series of questions that any good journalist would want to answer about why people were unmasked and all […]

Major media, Clinton celebrate as U.S. passes China in official coronavirus cases

Major media, Clinton celebrate as U.S. passes China in official coronavirus cases

by WorldTribune Staff, March 30, 2020 As of Monday morning, there were at least 143,055 coronavirus cases in the United States and at least 2,513 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University. The tragic statistics in recent days included the news that the United States has passed China in the number of reported infections (though many […]

Former CBS correspondent lists 50 major ‘unforced’ media errors about the Trumps

Former CBS correspondent lists 50 major ‘unforced’ media errors about the Trumps

by WorldTribune Staff, June 20, 2018 Award-winning Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson noted that U.S. President Donald Trump may be the most fact-checked person on Earth – and the major media quite often gets it wrong. The former Emmy Award winning CBS correspondent said that “as self-appointed arbiters of truth, we’ve largely excused our own unprecedented […]