New York Times

13 Mar 2015

Beating Back the Drive-By Media on Hillary’s Emails

As nature abhors a vacuum, so the drive-by media is hungry to control and define any public figure whose impact might supersede their own. How do we beat them?  Whether we believe that Hillary Clinton’s “email-gate” is empty click-bait or something substantive, the amount of feverish news coverage generated in advance of securing the facts telegraphs that mainstream media is flailing in an effort to...

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16 May 2014

Was The New York Times’ Jill Abramson Fired for Being Bossy While Female?

  Shock waves reverberated through the publishing world as Jill Abramson, the first ever female Executive Editor of The New York Times was abruptly sacked by Publisher/Chairman Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. on Wednesday. Abramson allegedly had an “abrasive style” that contributed to her firing.  Color me skeptical.  If you want to find a reason to undercut a woman, call her “bossy,” “abrasive” or “pushy.”  But being...

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