Big Pimpin' lawsuit heard before the Ninth Circuit, newsletter publishers wins big in trial over email forwarding and Kohler sues over faucet images. The post 3 Count: Importing Morals appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Sen. Al Franken’s (D.-Minn.) resignation announcement on Thursday sparked a number of conservatives to complain that he had been “railroaded” and was the victim of a “lynch mob” while warning that this could open up the floodgates to other politicians being forced from office without having received due process. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich blasted Franken’s […]
The November jobs report released Friday had few negatives, so the mainstream media took another tack in suggesting the strong growth meant the tax cuts working their way through Congress were unnecessary. The country added 228,000 jobs, salaries inched up, as did hours worked per week in what was called an unexpectedly robust report. This […]
By leading with warnings of a “Middle East on edge,” the media double down on dangerous stereotypes, marginalize legitimate frustration and resistance, and obfuscate history in favor of the ever-convenient, shoulder-shrugging, “they’ll just never get along” narrative.
The "boom" following Reagan's tax cuts was similar to the growth during the Ford/Carter years--which are not generally remembered as a time of great prosperity.
It's wrong in the ethical sense for the New York Times to implicitly accept as normal politics a refusal to allow democracy to undermine ethnic supremacy.
Democrats’ decision to force out Sen. Al Franken (D.-Minn.) over sexual misconduct allegations was as much about preparing another front in the war on President Trump as it was about claiming the moral high ground — but they may be regretting it already. “Shut out of power completely, [Democrats] are looking for a way out […]
Questions arise whether former FBI director Robert Mueller is running a non-partisan and fair investigation of the alleged collusion between the presidential campaign of Donald Trump and the Russian government. The most recent news is...Show More Summary
New York Times op-ed writer Jill Filipovic blamed Hillary Clinton’s electoral loss to Donald Trump on the sexual misconduct and misogyny of fired liberal and male journalists such as Charlie Rose, Matt Lauer and Mark Halperin. All three male journalists named above have been fired due to allegations of sexual misconduct and sexual harassment. Filipovic, […]
CNN reported that conservatives in Silicon Valley, where tech start-ups and companies like Google and Facebook operate, are feeling persecuted and isolated from their colleagues and fellow investors. The network quoted their anonymous sources, who feared public reprisal and professional ruin if their names were revealed. Show More Summary
It’s time for conservatives to pony up one of their own in the war on sexual harassment, and Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas should be the guy, according to a piece Wednesday in the Washington Post. The “sickening tales” of misdeeds about Harvey Weinstein, Louis C.K., Roy Moore, Kevin Spacey and others have “emboldened survivors […]
The Washington Post followed a significant moment in the Trump administration with a story of unnamed advisers criticizing the move by their boss and touting the left-wing line. On Wednesday, after President Trump announced the U.S. was recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and beginning the process of moving the U.S. embassy there, the Post published […]
Confirming a rumor that had circulated for months, Facebook announced it has made conservative magazine the Weekly Standard its newest partner in its effort to fact-check news on the social media giants platform. The magazine will be the first conservative organization to partner with Facebook. Other partners include reporters from the Associated Press and ABC […]
In this episode of Fresh off the Boat, when East Orlando High failed to get the rights to Rent, they create their own version, Brent, and pay dearly. The post Plagiarism in Pop Culture: Fresh off the Boat appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Lego wins key copyright ruling in China, European Commission takes action against Bulgaria and Romania over copyright laws and Who's Holiday finally debuts. The post 3 Count: Leggo my Lego appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
ABC News first had the Brian Ross misreporting scandal, where Ross did not get the facts straight about President-Elect Trump directing retired General Michael Flynn to talk to the Russian government (Ross reported that then-candidate Trump made the decision, which would violate American law), and now had a minor reporting issue on social media. On […]
ABC News recently suspended its employee and reporter, Brian Ross, for reporting a false news report that then-candidate Donald Trump instructed retired General Michael Flynn to contact the Russian government and therefore violated American law. The truth was that Trump was the President-Elect at the time and this action did not violate American law, contrary […]
The New York Times had to edit and amend significant portions of their recent article on former Trump national security advisor K.T. McFarland, who is awaiting confirmation to an ambassadorship to Singapore. Headline changes were made, as were edits in the main body of the article. Also missing from the subsequently-edited piece were the e-mail […]
If President Trump sarcastically asks the Russians to help recover the 33,000 emails from Hillary Clinton’s server that remain secret to this day, it’s everything from a Logan Act violation to evidence of collusion or obstruction of justice. But if a member of the far-left wing of the mainstream media establishment makes a quite bizarre […]
President Trump announced Tuesday that he will recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move the U.S. embassy there as soon as possible. Several mainstream media outlets reported that the move will inflame the region and scuttle promising peace negotiations. “U.S. endorsement of Israel’s claim to all of Jerusalem as its capital would reverse […]