Facebook is worried that the company might have contributed to Hillary Clinton’s loss They wouldn't be worried at all if Donald Trump had lost

From The New York Times: Facebook, in Cross Hairs After Election, Is Said to Question Its Influence By Mike Isaac | November 12, 2016 SAN FRANCISCO — Late on Tuesday night, as it became clear that Donald J. Trump would defeat Hillary Clinton to win the presidential election, a private chat sprang up on Facebook …

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CNN ‘parts ways’ with Donna Brazile, but there’s an obvious, unanswered question

Hacked emails show that Donna Brazile shared questions for candidate events with Hillary Clinton’s campaign https://t.co/1IzKaTn8co — The New York Times (@nytimes) November 1, 2016 From The New York Times: CNN Parts Ways With Donna Brazile, a Hillary Clinton Supporter By Michael > Grynbaum | October 31, 2016 CNN has severed ties with the Democratic …

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AT&T CEO pledges journalistic independence for CNN Meaning: CNN will still be a partisan voice for the Democrats

From CNNMoney: AT&T CEO pledges journalistic independence for CNN by Brian Stelter | @brianstelter | October 23, 2016: 5:43 PM ET AT&T has never owned a news division before. Now, assuming its $85 billion deal to acquire Time Warner passes regulatory muster, it will take control of CNN, one of the world’s biggest news organizations. …

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18th century technology: The lingering death of print newspapers

Here is the front page of today's Wall Street Journal pic.twitter.com/iriZQNn5Ls — Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) October 15, 2016 I saw the tweet above from The Wall Street Journal, and thought back to a telephone conversation I had on Friday with my best friend. Ken, who is retired and thus home most of the day, …

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Media bias, media dishonesty: the professional media are all over Donald Trump’s character problems, but avoid any mention of Hillary Clinton’s failures Fox News is in the bag for Donald Trump; the rest of the meedia are clearly supporting Hillary Clinton

One of the problems with having such a rotten Republican presidential candidate is that it allows the media to get away with ignoring the rottenness of the Democratic presidential nominee. From The Wall Street Journal: The Press Buries Hillary Clinton’s Sins As reporters focus on Trump, they miss new details on Clinton’s rotten record. By …

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Is Hillary Clinton’s campaign engaging in systematic fraud?

First, the story, from The Observer: Exclusive: Hillary Clinton Campaign Systematically Overcharging Poorest Donors Wells Fargo fraud department inundated with calls from low-income Clinton supporters reporting repeated unauthorized charges By Liz Crokin • 09/15/16 2:35pm Hillary Clinton’s campaign is stealing from her poorest supporters by purposefully and repeatedly overcharging them after they make what’s supposed …

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Spy vs Spy

From The Wall Street Journal: Democrats Trying to Assess Scope of Leak of Personal Information Data were allegedly stolen from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee by hacker or group of hackers called ‘Guccifer 2.0’ By Damian Paletta | Aug. 13, 2016 6:49 p.m. ET WASHINGTON—Congressional Democrats on Saturday scrambled to assess the scope of an …

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The New York Times subtle hit piece on Carly Fiorina

After having noted recently that Carly Fiorina had been getting very little “free” press, I found this story in The New York Times: For Carly Fiorina, Peripatetic Childhood Helped Build Worldview By Jason Horowitz | November 26, 2015 The 1969 Stanford Law School yearbook notified readers that Joseph Tyree Sneed III, a top professor with …

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