New York Times piece on Fetterman lied by omission — and now we know.
By The Editors
Pittsburgh’s taxpayer-funded NPR affiliate, WESA 90.5, ties Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano to an antisemitic mass-murder. His crime? Purchasing advertising on the right-wing social media platform Gab.
By Albert Eisenberg
The Inquirer has no problem calling Trump a liar, but is silent about its own participation in the Russia conspiracy theory.
By Wally Nunn
“The holier-than-thou hypocrisy of big media companies who lay claim to the truth, but publish only enough to sugarcoat the lie, is why the public no longer respects them.”
By Wally Nunn
Conservatives claim “Big Tech” organizations are censuring them, while their Democratic counterparts thrive. Representatives for Big Tech disagree.
By Linda Stein
After the controversial “60 Minutes” story about Gov. DeSantis, one has to wonder what the headlines would look like if Gov. Wolf received the same treatment?
By Christine Flowers
In an attempt to remove a totalitarian leader from office, the media has reverted to their own twisted form of totalitarianism.
By Daniel Goncalves
Local Republicans have lambasted Philly’s largest newspaper for what they see as a blatant example of left-wing media bias.
By Todd Shepherd
As murder rates surge to epidemic proportions in Philadelphia, our media corps seems more motivated by moving statues than reducing deaths.
By Ben Mannes