Accuracy in Media

Vice Piece Bashes Business, Assigns Feelings to Gorsuch, Omits Major Details

Vice News, which allows a self-identified attorney to post under the pseudonym “SovCit, Esquire,” offered no counterpoints in a Vice article bashing business: “America Is a Spiraling Corporate Contract Dystopia.” The article offers no critical analysis of how lawsuits can decimate a business, destroy a fragile startup or bankrupt a firm. While any good attorney […]

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Vice News Story Tells Just One Side of Travel Restrictions

Vice News seems to have forgotten that Americans and immigrants living in America can still purchase commercial flights to Iran and other countries listed on a travel watch list by President Trump due to their status as incubators for global terrorism. For those countries without easily purchasable flight itineraries, other transportation methods allow citizens and […]

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Editor Suggests Getting Rid of Mount Rushmore

An editor at VICE News wrote an op-ed calling for the removal of Mount Rushmore, in light of the controversies about Confederacy memorials, statues, plaques and monuments. Why did the editor call for this? The editor wondered if any American president was worth memorializing on Mount Rushmore, so why not get rid of the entire […]

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6,000 More Emails Scheduled to be Released by the State Dept

As the Washington Examiner reported: The State Department is set to release a new batch of Hillary Clinton’s private emails Monday amid a broadening FBI investigation into whether the former secretary of state mishandled classified information on her private server. State officials have said they plan to release “6,106 or more pages” of emails Monday, […]

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June 2018

6/5/2018 - Vice Piece Bashes Business, Assigns Feelings to Gorsuch, Omits Major Details

March 2018

3/20/2018 - Vice News Story Tells Just One Side of Travel Restrictions

August 2017

8/18/2017 - Editor Suggests Getting Rid of Mount Rushmore

8/31/2015 - 6,000 More Emails Scheduled to be Released by the State Dept