Jessica Lange is returning to “American Horror Story.” Sarah Paulson announced that Lange would be in the show’s upcoming eighth season during the TCA summer press tour on Friday, in the role of Constance Langdon. Lange was a major part of the early seasons of the FX anthology series, appearing in Seasons 1-4. She garnered […]
In more honest times we had a more honest word of it. We didn’t call it “fake news,” or a “look alike”. We didn’t call it “spin” or “direct messaging.” We certainly didn’t call it “corporate communications” or “public relations.”
We called it what it was.
It’s a word that cuts through the static and fog like a hot knife through butter. And it’s a term we should not fear to use.
Afterall, what other term more accurately describes a video produced by a political party that cosplays as a television news broadcast?
It’s the best way to describe the new Twitter feed by the Ontario Progressive Conservative party called “Ontario News Now.” It’s a punchy title, the kind of thing a television station might call its primetime news broadcast.
It has only one tweet so far. A “news” item about Premier Doug Ford’s first 30 days in office
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Casting an informed vote is a citizen’s responsibility in any election. Very rarely, though, is the responsibility so great and each vote so consequential as in next week’s special election in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District. Money and noise are pouring into the district from Democratic and Republican political operations determined to sway the outcome. But the decision belongs solely to the voters of the 12th district; we hope they’ll make it with informed votes and