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The media dropped the ball in covering the 2012 election by focusing exclusively on trifles and distortions instead of serious, substantive journalism, writes David Freddoso, editorial page editor of The Washington Examiner, and in doing so failed in their responsibility to keep politicians honest and the public well-informed. Freddoso, a New York Times bestselling author and former congressional reporter for National Review, fills this volume not only with outrageous examples of media bias, but also with dozens of real stories that genuinely inquisitive reporters should have relished but that…mehr

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The media dropped the ball in covering the 2012 election by focusing exclusively on trifles and distortions instead of serious, substantive journalism, writes David Freddoso, editorial page editor of The Washington Examiner, and in doing so failed in their responsibility to keep politicians honest and the public well-informed. Freddoso, a New York Times bestselling author and former congressional reporter for National Review, fills this volume not only with outrageous examples of media bias, but also with dozens of real stories that genuinely inquisitive reporters should have relished but that the overwhelmingly liberal press didn't even bother to cover.
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David Freddoso