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Newest CNN Contributor Shows His Bias Before He Even Starts

Josh Campbell, a special agent with the FBI, resigned on Friday, wrote an op-ed in the New York Times that appeared over the weekend, and, on Monday, agreed to become a contributor on law enforcement and other issues at CNN. “FIGURES,” Gateway Pundit shouted in a headline. Campbell appeared on CNN on Friday and said […]

WaPo Loses Hope in Potential for Immigration Deal, Blames Republicans

Word out of Washington is that even with a deadline approaching, Congress does not appear close to producing legislation to address the so-called Dreamers. Word out of the mainstream media is that this is all the fault of Republicans and/or President Trump. Trump has said since he canceled the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals – […]

Media’s State of the Union: Normalizing Lies and Hoping for Compromise

The response from top newspapers to Donald Trump's State of the Union address illustrate how the lies and false narratives perpetuated by Trump and his administration continue to be normalized.

3 Count: Cloudflared Up

Have any suggestions for the 3 Count? Let me know via Twitter @plagiarismtoday. 1: Cloudflare Terminates Service to Sci-Hub Domain Names First off today, Ernesto at Torrentfreak writes that Cloudflare has stopped providing content delivery network (CDN) services to Sci-Hub, declining to fight an injunction against the site. Show More Summary

Turnitin Announces New Tool to Combat Contract Cheating

Turnitin has announced Authorship Investigation, a new tool that will detect when a student's writing drastically changes. It could be a major shift in the war against contract cheating. The post Turnitin Announces New Tool to Combat Contract Cheating appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Obama Press Sec Backtracks Claim Obama Didn’t Tout Stock Market Success

Jay Carney, White House press secretary under Barack Obama, took to Twitter to paint his former boss in a friendlier light than current President Donald Trump. Trump often uses stock market gains to tout the success of his presidency. However, the stock market suffered one of its biggest losses in history on Monday, dipping almost 1,600 […]

CNN: Trump’s ‘Treasonous’ Remark Contradicts Call for Bipartisanship

During last week’s State of the Union address, President Donald Trump asked for unity and bipartisanship in Congress. Despite his call for bipartisanship, the majority of Democratic Party politicians did not stand or applaud any part of his speech. In his speech in Ohio, Trump played to the audience and suggested that Democrats’ form of […]

Hillary Clinton: ‘I Still Believe in Truth, Evidence, Facts’

Speaking at the annual Hillary Rodham Clinton Awards for Advancing Women in Peace and Security ceremony, hosted by the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said that she is a firm believer in “truth, evidence and facts.” “Good reporting is not only compelling and enlightening — it is absolutely […]

CNN Goes All-In on Trump’s ‘Unrelenting War’ on the NFL

CNN’s latest article, headlined, “Donald Trump’s unrelenting war with the NFL,” went all-in on the friction between the two. Trump has been critical of professional football players and their protest during the playing of the American national anthem during his first year in office, and right before this year’s Super Bowl game in a social media […]

Even Dana Milbank is Unhappy with Democrats’ Behavior During State of the Union

Dana Milbank, a liberal columnist for the Washington Post, criticized Democratic Party politicians for “taking the bait” during President Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech and not clapping or standing up for parts of the speech. He acknowledged his anti-Trump bias, but laid into the Democratic Party for being content with a national television […]

Media Quotes Obama’s CIA Director’s Criticism of GOP Politician, Memo

Rep. Devin Nunes (R.-Calif.) has been the center of controversy in the ongoing investigation of possible collusion between the Trump presidential campaign and the Russian government. The recently released GOP memo on the Steele dossier,...Show More Summary

ESPN’s Jemele Hill Labels Trump’s Comments on National Anthem ‘Racial Pornography’

ESPN’s Jemele Hill — who called President Donald Trump a “white supremacist” last year — said that his remarks on standing for the national anthem in his State of the Union address were a form of “racial pornography” designed to stoke his base. Trump, who told Congress that “we stand for the national anthem” during […]

Suppressed Obama-Farrakhan Photo Could Have Ended Obama Presidency Before It Started

Michael Smerconish, a contributor for CNN, gave his opinion on a recent story surrounding former President Barack Obama. A photographer admitted that he suppressed a photo of Obama with Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan at a Congressional Black Caucus meeting. Smerconish’s take is that it would have had an impact on the 2008 presidential […]

3 Count: Doctored Phil

Wiz Khalifa sued for copyright infringement, Dr. Phil case set to go to damages-only trial and Antiques Roadshow pushes back against Aussie safe harbor expansion... The post 3 Count: Doctored Phil appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Western Media Hail Ecuador’s Cynical President Moreno

President Lenin Moreno’s bullying of the judiciary gets passed over in silence by Ecuador’s media, and the international media follow suit.

Media Consensus: Dreamers Weren’t Worth a Shutdown

The opinions showcased during the recent government shutdown in three major US newspapers—the New York Times, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal—showed a striking lack of concern for the fate of the Dreamers and many variations of the same take on the need for a “bipartisan compromise” for immigration reform.

The Atlantic: Trump is Just Now Taking the Reins

Now that he has a State of the Union speech with a 75 percent approval rate under his belt, President Trump can move forward with his plans to really take over, according to a story the day after the speech. “Until very recently – as in, yesterday – a plausible argument could be made that […]

Media Downplays Stories of SOTU Guests

Regular citizens with extraordinary stories have become part of the landscape at State of the Union speeches, and Tuesday night’s speech by President Trump was no exception. In fact, the president had some of the more interesting guests to be found in recent years – a defector from North Korea who had walked on crutches […]

Media Criticizes Trump’s Claim about State of the Union TV Ratings

President Donald Trump posted on Twitter that he had the highest State of the Union TV ratings in history. However, that was incorrect. This is what he claimed: “45.6 million people watched, the highest number in history. @FoxNews beat every other Network, for the first time ever, with 11.7 million people tuning in. Delivered from […]

Newsweek and USA Today Need Standards for Opinion Writers

Please ask Newsweek and USA Today to strengthen their conflict-of-interest standards for opinion writers.

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