Investigative Journalism

Investigative Journalism 2019-11-29T22:53:59-05:00

Boston Globe hides breaking Warren news

April 2, 2019 | Investigative Journalism

PE Bias Grade : N/A

An error of commission is making a mistake. An error of omission is leaving something out that should be in. The Boston Globe has, sometime over the last three days, committed an error of omission. It failed to publish any story or make a mention .... Read more

Trump even wants to destroy our alliances!

March 13, 2019 | Article Review, Investigative Journalism

PE Bias Grade : C+

Congress has invited the NATO Secretary-General to speak, which is a fine idea. But with the very public disagreement over funding between President Donald Trump and NATO allies, would today’s article try to cast the President in a bad light? What .... Read more

Where’s Richard Burr?

February 21, 2019 | Investigative Journalism

PE Bias Grade : N/A

The Boston Globe has an obsession over coverage of President Trump. 99% of it is negative, but that's just an estimate. It could be 100%. The basis for much of this coverage has been the story of the Trump campaign colluding with Russia to steal t.... Read more

Is economic news biased in the Boston Globe?

December 1, 2018 | Investigative Journalism, Media Criticism

PE Bias Grade : N/A

There are two ways to view recent economic news: Good News reflects well on President Trump, or it doesn't. The corollary is also true: Bad News reflects poorly on Trump, or it doesn't. So when the stock market has a big gain, President Trump like.... Read more

Liar, liar

September 29, 2018 | Editorial Review, Investigative Journalism

PE Bias Grade : N/A

Like the word “racist,” the Boston Globe’s editorial board (and some of its reporters) like to “weaponize” slurs. Everybody that disagrees with them is a racist, everybody that disagrees is a misogynist, everybody that disagrees is a homoph.... Read more

Is the Boston Globe purposely ignoring potential chemical weapons use?

September 13, 2018 | Investigative Journalism

PE Bias Grade : N/A

The conflict in Syria is distressing on so many levels, but perhaps of greatest concern is the use by the Syrian government of chemical weapons on its citizens. When a government uses such weapons of "mass destruction" indiscriminately, it "normalize.... Read more

Boston Globe won’t admit or apologize for mistake

September 13, 2018 | Investigative Journalism

PE Bias Grade : N/A

Newspapers usually like to make a big deal about how accurate their coverage is. They will run a "correction" when they get a historical date wrong or if they misspell someone's name. The Boston Globe has run plenty of these types of corrections, som.... Read more

Experience, political philosophy, campaign promises, integrity…and race?

September 3, 2018 | Investigative Journalism

PE Bias Grade : N/A

When the Boston Globe writes an unsigned editorial, it is understood to be by the editorial board. Or is it the opinion of the Editor-in-Chief? Or the Publisher? How does the Boston Globe editorial board work? Are votes taken? How are disagreements s.... Read more

Investigating journalism

July 10, 2018 | Investigative Journalism

PE Bias Grade : N/A

This section is called “investigative journalism” because it will be comprised of articles written by me that will include questions to or investigations of Boston Globe reporters. So it will resemble what newspapers call "investigative journalis.... Read more

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