They asked us not to republish their letter online...oops.
The Republican House goes full fascist: people and institutions not supporting Trump get "investigated."
James Dyer got off the plane at LAX after flying from London, only to be interrogated about his profession by border patrol agents.
CNN's Jim Acosta took on Trump for his dangerous rhetoric calling himself and others in the press the "enemy of the people" and discussed the death threats he's received as a result during an interview with CBS News.
Journalists are supposed to be the watchdogs of democracy, but they don't start barking until after the house has been looted.
What Wikileaks did was different, he argues.
First Amendment rights are irrelevant when one's right to be racist are infringed upon. Or is it really a service to Donald Trump, who hates the Washington Post and Jeff Bezos?
Mike Pence: We Believe In Press Freedom Until They Fail To Maintain 'The Decorum Due At The White House'
Vice President Mike Pence on Sunday defended the White House's decision to ban CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins after she asked questions that upset President Donald Trump.
In what world is it NOT news that a credentialed reporter was dragged, screaming, by Russian security out of the room while waiting for the Putin/Trump press conference?
If you're not part of the problem, then then don't get defensive. Say it with Sarah Kendzior. "It's not about me."
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