[Me1] Should reporters stop doing “off the record“?
[Me2] Breitbart needed Bannon, it seems. Or it needed to be on the outside so it could rally the people against the powerful, or something.
[Me3] According to the Intercept, some secret rules are making it easier for the FBI to track journalists.
[Me4] I guess I don’t feel the same sense of alarm with this article. Live by the Facebook, die by the Facebook. It doesn’t seem that they were targeted so much as Facebook just evolved in how it does things.
[Me5] Media fixation on death tolls may be costing lives, in the longer run. One thing I did like about Parkland is how little time we’ve spent talking about Cruz. That may save lives.
[Me6] Looking at some of the fallout from the Sinclair script. Jack Shafer is unimpressed with critics’ arguments, and Matt Welch makes some solid counterarguments, with anti-Sinclair counterarguments coming from… the National Review?
[Me7] The media’s tendency to treat routine behavior as nefarious because Trump is doing it and is also legitimately terrible is kind of exhausting.
[Me8] This is so stupid.
[Me9] Remember Jessica Lynch?
Fake news sites: Hit that share button and make sure Grandma reads our entire series about Obama creating chemtrails!
Real news sites: You have reached your limit of 3 stories for the month
— Chris Kohler (@kobunheat) March 27, 2018