SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
media bias
June 07, 2021
When Sister Margherita Marchione died recently, at the age of 99, the New York Times, to its credit, published a lengthy and sympathetic obituary. Less to its credit was the clumsy anti-Catholic mistake in the obituary. A mistake the newspaper then, surprisingly, corrected.
September 16, 2010
The media will not let up. Watch out for the innuendoes and smears
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