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TK News by Matt Taibbi 10370 implied HN points 06 Mar 24
  1. Kristen Welker of Meet the Press faced criticism for using the word 'allegedly' when talking about Trump trying to overturn the 2020 election.
  2. Using 'allegedly' in journalism can spark heated debates and reactions from colleagues and the audience.
  3. Accuracy and choice of words, like 'allegedly,' can lead to intense discussions and interpretations in news reporting.
Steady 32155 implied HN points 20 Jan 24
  1. Dan Rather and Team Steady are celebrating their anniversary on Jan 20, 2024.
  2. The Steady community's support, guidance, and friendship have been crucial to their success.
  3. Dan Rather expresses gratitude and dedication to the readers for their continued support.
TK News by Matt Taibbi 6697 implied HN points 12 Feb 24
  1. The author is partnering with another site for a campaign column during campaign season to navigate digital pressure and maintain site's independence.
  2. Despite this partnership, the author reassures readers that they will not receive less content and emphasizes that it is not about money but rather about ensuring site's integrity and independence.
  3. The author appreciates the support of subscribers and promises more content to come, including transcripts from events and stories with familiar partners.
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Caitlin’s Newsletter 1625 implied HN points 16 Mar 24
  1. International Day to Combat Islamophobia led to hypocritical statements by political figures condemning Islamophobia while engaged in actions that fuel it.
  2. The Democratic party is characterized as masking the violent actions of the US empire with proclamations of love and support for marginalized groups, while continuing to engage in harmful policies globally.
  3. The post criticizes Democrats for outwardly condemning Islamophobia while being complicit in atrocities against Muslim populations, highlighting the disconnect between their words and actions.
Common Sense with Bari Weiss 7776 implied HN points 16 Jan 24
  1. A new documentary challenges key parts of the George Floyd story: the knee-on-the-neck hold as Chauvin's signature move, asphyxiation as the cause of death, and whether Chauvin received a fair trial.
  2. The full footage of the incident shows more context than the viral clip - officers had tried to place Floyd in the squad car and Chauvin's knee was not on Floyd's neck for as long as widely believed.
  3. Chauvin's criminal trial presented an opportunity to reassess the evidence and public opinion, with the prosecution having to prove Chauvin's actions constituted assault and caused Floyd's death.
Popular Information 19890 implied HN points 24 Oct 23
  1. A woman has been charged with the homicide of Mika Westwolf after initially facing lesser charges
  2. Investigation into Mika Westwolf's death gained national attention after being under-resourced and misfocused initially
  3. Mika Westwolf's mother engaged in a campaign raising awareness about her daughter's case and other missing and murdered Indigenous women
TK News by Matt Taibbi 4986 implied HN points 26 Jan 24
  1. The author is planning to cover the 'Take Our Border Back' convoy protest in person
  2. The author is looking for people who are planning to attend the protest and would allow a journalist to accompany them
  3. The author aims to provide more watch-and-see content in their platform Racket this year
Caitlin’s Newsletter 1387 implied HN points 08 Mar 24
  1. The author creatively uses the analogy of fire extinguishers to call for solutions to global crises, emphasizing the need for healing and peace over violence.
  2. There is a critique of the military-industrial complex and the prioritization of weapons over humanitarian aid and environmental protection.
  3. The text advocates for prioritizing efforts to restore a healthy planet for future generations, highlighting the urgency of addressing current global challenges.
The Freedom Corner with PeterSweden 4304 implied HN points 26 Jan 24
  1. Bill Gates invested millions in BioNTech just before Covid, which turned out to be very profitable for him.
  2. Bill Gates donated $20 million to the BBC, which reportedly misrepresented the risk of Covid to increase public support for lockdown.
  3. Bill Gates' foundation committed $1.27 billion to advance Global Goals, including funding for global digital ID.
COVID Intel - by Dr.William Makis 2967 implied HN points 08 Feb 24
  1. Celebrating one year anniversary of COVID Intel Substack with 36,000 subscribers
  2. Encouraging paid memberships at $5US a month or $45US a year to support the content
  3. Upcoming events including speaking engagements in Montana, Washington, DC, Vancouver, and Calgary
TK News by Matt Taibbi 22131 implied HN points 08 Sep 23
  1. Independent media outlets are facing challenges in visibility due to algorithmic blanketing and deamplification tools.
  2. Some larger corporate news outlets lack accountability mechanisms and standards, while alternative media is being targeted for scrutiny and sanctions.
  3. Consideration of alternative ways to support independent voices, like promoting new stories and authors through live interviews, is being explored.
Glenn’s Substack 2496 implied HN points 11 Feb 24
  1. A cautionary tale in an article discusses a fictional attack on America, highlighting the importance of border control, intelligence, and target hardening.
  2. The aftermath of past attacks in Israel showed that atrocities can fuel anger and determination rather than cowing a nation into submission.
  3. Having a strong deterrence strategy may be a crucial factor in preventing potential future attacks by instilling fear in those who support terrorists.
Webworm with David Farrier 2496 implied HN points 11 Feb 24
  1. Animals are being tortured on Facebook, with hundreds of thousands of accounts engaging with the content.
  2. Facebook's algorithm plays a significant role in serving disturbing content to users, leading to increased engagement.
  3. Despite efforts to report and remove the content, issues of animal abuse videos on Facebook are still prevalent and widely accessible.
Popular Information 14406 implied HN points 04 Oct 23
  1. Popular Information reported on a school district in Florida instructing to remove books with LGBTQ characters.
  2. Social media played a role in spreading the report which was later confirmed by various media outlets.
  3. There was controversy surrounding a news report from certain TV stations presenting a different story and eventually taking down the report.
Discourse Blog 3400 implied HN points 19 Jan 24
  1. Legacy media is being replaced by something worse, with media-wide layoffs being a visible sign.
  2. Publications are struggling and dying due to financial issues, particularly affecting traditional print media.
  3. The future of journalism looks bleak, with the rise of individual-driven media leading to misinformation and lack of accountability.
Singal-Minded 3933 implied HN points 09 Jan 24
  1. The controversy about Nazis on Substack led to different responses from users and platform
  2. Some publications were removed from Substack due to violation of content guidelines
  3. There were discrepancies in the reporting of the number of Nazi accounts on Substack, leading to criticism of the reporting process
ideassleepfuriously 2122 implied HN points 01 Feb 24
  1. The article criticizes a hit piece on Aporia Magazine by The Guardian for associating the magazine with scientific racism and attacking anti-woke activist Chris Rufo.
  2. The piece points out the tactic of using experts to lend authority to playground insults, such as labeling Aporia as 'seriously nasty' and 'scientific racist'.
  3. The article highlights the tactic of quoting out of context, like criticizing statements about racial differences in intelligence, without actually refuting the claims.
Karlstack 510 implied HN points 13 Mar 24
  1. Questions regarding honesty and qualifications of top executives can severely impact an organization's reputation.
  2. Verification of educational credentials is crucial, especially in sensitive sectors like healthcare.
  3. Investigative journalism plays a vital role in uncovering potential misconduct and ensuring transparency in professional environments.
Webworm with David Farrier 8726 implied HN points 17 Oct 23
  1. The author is sharing an important message in this post.
  2. The post reflects on feedback from a previous newsletter about various political topics.
  3. Readers are encouraged to subscribe for a 7-day free trial to access more content.
Sinocism 2044 implied HN points 22 Jan 24
  1. The newsletter for the day was not sent due to the author being sick.
  2. The author hopes to be back the next day.
  3. There will be no newsletter on the day the author is attending a conference.
Daily Dreher 1611 implied HN points 02 Feb 24
  1. The post discusses the connection between Western decadence and social disintegration
  2. It mentions an article about the rise of polyamory being labeled as 'the ruling class's latest fad'
  3. The writer met Tyler Austin Harper in Vienna and shares insights
Caitlin’s Newsletter 1443 implied HN points 05 Feb 24
  1. Western journalists often fail to expose mainstream press propaganda due to viewing them as allies or potential employers.
  2. CNN staff reveal backlash over biased coverage of Israel, citing top-down pressure from new CEO Mark Thompson.
  3. Those in executive positions within influential media platforms often shape biased narratives to serve the ruling power structure, hindering revolutionary change.
Men Yell at Me 322 implied HN points 15 Mar 24
  1. Boeing has faced safety concerns, including incidents of plane debris, fatal crashes, and whistleblower allegations, raising doubts about their safety practices.
  2. Boeing's significant revenue from government contracts raises questions about accountability and oversight in the aviation industry.
  3. The aviation industry's duopoly of Boeing and Airbus, self-regulation by Boeing, and underfunding of the FAA highlight systemic issues impacting airplane safety.