Breitbart propagandist Aaron Klein with a game-changing exclusive: Washington Post encouraged Roy Moore accuser to come forward. Apparently Breitbart’s “senior investigative reporter” has no idea how a reporter functions. If … Continue Reading Breitbart exclusive: Reporters pursue scoops!
“A Fragile Trust: Plagiarism, Power and Jayson Blair at The New York Times”: A first-rate documentary about a true sociopath reveals just how much Blair got away with while working … Continue Reading The Malcontent recommends …
Himself (via Deadspin): 2009 column: If I won a U.S. Freaking Open, I’d go absolutely electroshock, three-alarm, bat-guano nuts! 2014 column: My point is, if I’d just won $1.1 million … Continue Reading Rick Reilly plagiarizes tired old hack
The “Fall of the House of Tsarnev” in today’s Boston Globe is a great piece of journalism.
The investigative report they had been working on for the better part of a year, which detailed the hidden financial ties between one of the wealthiest men in China and … Continue Reading Bloomberg News sells its credibility to the Chinese
Actor Stephen Fry does it the right way, letting the subject drown in his own absurdity. MSNBC “journalist” Thomas Roberts, meanwhile, cedes the high ground with amateurish, heavy-handed questioning. As … Continue Reading How-to and how-not-to conduct interviews with dissemblers
PR exec to replace Ted Koppel
A fairly remarkable piece of journalism by the AJC, which analyzed test results for 69,000 public schools and found “high concentrations of suspect math or reading scores in school systems from … Continue Reading No Test Score Left Intact
Jeff Schultz pays tribute to Furman Bisher, who informed generations of Atlanta sports fans. I started reading him at 6 years old. More than 30 years later, I was (technically) … Continue Reading ‘The man who watched Cy Young pitch, Joe Louis box …’
Ironic that the journalists who make up the pundit class are responsible for propagating some of the year’s most pestiferous cliches: “At the end of the day” … “Kicking the … Continue Reading The 10 Most Annoying People of 2011: The pundit class (and not because of their punditry)
Seriously. Economy forces Augusta woman to live with her parents 12:53am
His verdict? Atlanta is built for spring and fall—the pleasant seasons, and Atlanta is a profoundly pleasant city. The Economist piece is a bit more favorable than you’d expect. As … Continue Reading A Yankee bred, British educated journalist settles in Atlanta