Episode 27. This week Brian and I break down the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, comment on Howard Dean’s ridiculous tweet asking if Trump’s sniffling during the debate meant he was on cocaine, the public’s lack of trust in the media, the deaths of Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez and golfing legend […]
A great tribute to Phyllis Schlafly, a conservative pioneer, from our friend Mal Kline at Accuracy in Academia: Here’s the key problem with women’s studies: They ignore the women most worthy of study. Into this category falls the dear—and she was—departed author and activist Phyllis Schlafly. She crammed more achievements into one lifetime than any […]
Washington, D.C. — As Americans honor the service and sacrifice of our armed forces veterans and all they have done to safeguard our freedom in a dangerous world, this Veterans Day also holds special meaning for Accuracy in Media, whose founder Marine veteran Reed Irvine, launched America’s first media watchdog organization more than 40 years […]
The Washington Post announced this week that it was creating an award in the name of former executive editor Ben Bradlee, who died last week at the age of 93 from natural causes. In making the announcement, publisher Fred Ryan and executive editor Marty Baron said that Bradlee had championed the qualities of persistence and […]
An excellent new documentary, which examines evidence that makes the case that TWA Flight 800 was brought down by missiles, a crime or accident that has been covered up for 17 years, is set to premier Wednesday night.
Many facts of Benghazi-gate continue to elude the American public. For example, where was President Obama when the consulate was being attacked? Why did the smoking gun memo apparently not reach Secretary of State Hillary Clinton? Who knew the facts on the ground, and when, and will anyone be held accountable for this mistake? Catherine […]
Six months after a terrorist attack on the U.S. diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, survivors of the savagery that left four Americans dead the night of Sept. 11, 2012, still have not been permitted to tell their story in a public forum. So now, lawmakers on Capitol Hill are threatening to subpoena them. Catherine Herridge, […]
Ninety years ago today, in Salt Lake City, Utah, a boy was born to William and Edna Irvine. That boy was my father, Reed Irvine, the founder and first chairman of Accuracy in Media. My father grew up poor, as many did at that time, but thanks to his mother he had an almost insatiable […]
9/29/2016 - The Bias Buzz Podcast- Debating the Debate, Howard Dean’s Trump on Coke Tweet, Jose Fernandez, Arnold Palmer and More
9/6/2016 - Phyllis Schlafly: A Woman Worth Studying
11/11/2015 - Press Release: The American People Are Mad and Refuse to Take It Anymore!
10/30/2014 - Washington Post Creates Award to Honor Editor Who Returned Pulitzer
7/17/2013 - New Documentary on TWA 800 Set to Premiere
3/27/2013 - Fox’s Catherine Herridge Takes Questions on Benghazi at AIM Awards Ceremony
3/20/2013 - Benghazi-gate Cover-up: Fox News’ Catherine Herridge Receives AIM’s Reed Irvine Award
9/29/2012 - Reed Irvine, Conservative Media Pioneer