Podcast #88: The Israeli-Hamas conflict episode, and why the Press reports are so bad.
This week on the show, host Daniel Vaughan does a deep-dive on the current conflict with Israel and Hamas, what’s happening, what to make of two news stories about Israel sending in ground troops, and the other on Israel sending in an airstrike against a building containing international journalists like the Associated Press. He also digs into the history of why organizations like AP are bad at reporting on these situations going all the way back to WWII. Finally, the light item for this week is dedicated to a weird mashup music channel on YouTube that produces things like “Soul Metal.”
Poor jobs report signals inflation has arrived. – Conservative Institute
Biden courts Carter’s legacy – Conservative Institute
What the AP’s Collaboration With the Nazis Should Teach Us About Reporting the News: Is it better to cooperate with dictatorships and authoritarian regimes and tell half the story with hands tied—or not tell the story at all? – Matti Friedman, Tablet Magazine
Almost Nothing You’ve Heard About Evictions in Jerusalem Is True: Neutral application of property law becomes an international incident because a landlord is a Jew. – Avi Bell and Eugene Kontorovich, WSJ
Hamas’ Gaza Health Ministry Lies To Promulgate Propaganda – Marina Medvin, Townhall
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