Wolfgang's Vault hit with a class action lawsuit, Carrie Underwood sued by two songwriters and Singapore real estate websites go to court. The post 3 Count: Wolfgang’s Vault appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
In an article by CNN, the plight of Venezuelans is made clear, to include the shortage of basic medicine and medical supplies, lack of food and common toiletries, and money. However, the article did not point out that socialist policies under Nicolas Maduro were to blame, by name. However, the article did not call the policies […]
Start-up company Bodega was set to compete with bodegas on street corners across New York City, using vending-machine-like systems to streamline transactions. However, this technological threat sparked outrage, where critics claimed that the founders were misappropriating immigrant culture — bodegas are often run by immigrants — among other things.
Rob Reiner has teamed with Atlantic magazine editor David Frum, Obama administration alums and others to form the Committee to Investigate Russia. It launched a website called InvestigateRussia.org, which is billed as a place “where all relevant information is aggregated in one place to provide context and allow users to see the full picture of […]
It was a set piece for the Washington Post on Tuesday. President Trump was speaking to the United Nations General Assembly. The paper knew the time of the speech and had an advance copy. It had all the ingredients to publish a balanced, thought-provoking coverage of what may have been the most significant speech to […]
For all the outrage over Sean Spicer's appearance at the Emmys, and for all the distaste over Spicer's relatively quick public rehabilitation, the fact is that it's par for the course in how the corporate media—both in news and entertainment—treat those in power when they leave Washington.
Liberal stars gathered Sunday night in Hollywood for the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, and, as has become their habit, the out-of-touch elites proved they have no idea what everyday Americans care about. The ratings were among the worst in the show’s history, but one group of people could not get enough – the journalists who […]
Though we often look at plagiarism as a simple right-vs-wrong issue, there are times a plagiarism story, including the plagiarist, come more complicated. The post The Sad Poetry Plagiarism Story from Canada appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Pepe the Frog's creator goes on legal warpath, Taylor Swift sued over Shake it Off and photographer behind "Distracted Boyfriend" meme speaks out. The post 3 Count: Shake it Off appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
At the end of his show last night, Sean Hannity told his viewers that his show will be returning to the 9 p.m. timeslot starting Sept. 25 to make room for Laura Ingraham’s new show, which will debut at the end of October. Hannity said he was very happy about the move and looked forward […]
After saying she wouldn’t question the legitimacy of the 2016 presidential election, when she lost to underdog Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton said she’s leaving the door open to speculate about the legitimacy of the 2016 elections. Here’s an excerpt from the interview with NPR’s Terry Gross: (Gross) I want to get back to the question, […]
Pro-illegal immigration protesters disrupted an event in San Francisco, where House Minority Leader and Democrat, Nancy Pelosi, was speaking. The protesters shouted down Pelosi, who is a political ally, and ignored her pleas to stopShow More Summary
President Trump has had dust-ups with various members of the media since he became a public figure in the 1970s. Recently, he has clashed with John Harwood, Jorge Ramos and Christopher Cuomo over everything from polling to immigration to national security. His set-tos with Jim ‘Fake News’ Acosta and Joe Scarborough are the stuff of […]
Vox’s headline-meddling provides an insight into corporate media’s approach to hot-button issues like single-payer health insurance.
New York Times lead reporter Amy Chozick, who covered the Hillary Clinton campaign for the Times in 2016 and is currently writing a book on her experience, told CNN host Brian Stelter Sunday that Clinton’s recent calls for a liberal media network to compete with Fox News and other outlets shows that it’s “almost as if […]
USCO reverses decision on joke in Conan O'Brien case, subtitle site operator convicted in Sweden and Forever 21 responds to infringement allegations. The post 3 Count: Joking Copyright appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Is this another example of fake news? The Wall Street Journal reported that the Trump White House was going to remain in the Paris climate change accords, which predecessor Barack Obama had signed and did not send to Congress, leaving the decision up to the next president. Who was their source? International climate officials, who […]
The Trump administration released twenty-two names to advocacy groups, which had sued the Trump administration in court over Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) on knowing who visited the Trump Organization-owned Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. The names were people who were a part of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visiting delegation during his visit with Trump. […]
A conflict in the journalist's code was created by a president wholly unfit for the job. The post Normalizing Trump: An incredibly brief explainer appeared first on PressThink.
Remember Anna Palmer, the “fall-down drunk” reporter for Politico who put her liberal bias on display in June when she went on a tirade against Trump supporters at a downtown D.C. restaurant? She has since become a star of what is becoming an insidious and increasingly influential form of liberal bias – the e-newsletter. Media […]