Entries Tagged as 'Vox'

Follow-up: New Low in Pseudo-journalism, Misreporting the Iran Nuclear Deal

September 2nd, 2015 · 1 Comment · Fact Check, journalism, war and peace

By Arthur Alpert Last week, I demonstrated how the Albuquerque Journal is misreporting, egregiously so, the Administration’s nuclear deal with Iran, but warned you that “the True Believers have plumbed a new low in pseudo-journalism over the last few days.” The new low is the editors’ use of an Aug. 19 story from George Jahn […]

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Why Endorse?

November 3rd, 2014 · 2 Comments · journalism

By Denise Tessier Could the Albuquerque Journal’s endorsement of Susana Martinez for governor actually cut the number of votes she gets? Or does the paper’s endorsement give her a boost? For that matter, does a Journal endorsement (or lack thereof) affect the chances of approval for any of the dozens of candidates, State Constitutional amendments, […]

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Washington Post Offer Gives Journal Readers Opportunity for Different World View

June 20th, 2014 · No Comments · energy policy, environment, journalism

By Denise Tessier I’d like to dovetail with the most recent post by my colleague, Arthur Alpert, and concur that I, too, was impressed with the Albuquerque Journal’s announcement that its subscribers would get the added bonus of “free access to the Washington Post online.” First, however, I must sidetrack to note that 10 days […]

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Heritage Foundation’s New ‘Straight-Down-the-Middle Journalism’ Seems Headed Straight Toward the Far Right

May 16th, 2014 · No Comments · journalism

By Denise Tessier OK, dear reader, here’s a question: Do you think mainstream news slants too much to the left? That’s the premise the radically conservative and already influential Heritage Foundation is using to justify creation of a new digital news site, the Daily Signal, which will launch June 3. Heritage says its site will […]

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Cooking the Books, or Just a Kooky Column?

April 21st, 2014 · 1 Comment · financial coverage, health care reform, journalism

By Denise Tessier “Cooking the books” is a sizzling charge against anyone. The Albuquerque Journal, via a column by Bloomberg News columnist Megan McArdle, levied that claim Friday against the president.  (“Census books cooked to boost Obamacare? ” April 18) The style of the column was off-putting enough. McArdle referred to herself with the word […]

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More Flailing Against Obamacare, and Related Backdoor Attacks on the IRS

April 14th, 2014 · No Comments · campaign finance reform, health care reform, tax policy

By Denise Tessier When the health care enrollment deadline of March 31 passed with more than 7 million people signed up nationwide – “beating expectations” as the Associated Press put it – the Albuquerque Journal put the news inside , deciding the front-page story should be “NM lags on health care sign-ups.” The latter, more […]

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