The Deceptions of NYT’s Truth Czar Tiffany Hsu

Meet Tiffany Hsu, the New York Times tech reporter responsible for covering “misinformation and disinformation.” That makes her the publication’s arbiter of what constitutes truth.

A recent article by Hsu about the supposed rise of Covid misinformation is a case study on how the Times deceives its readers with its preferred narratives.

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Wall Street Journal’s ‘Misinformation’ Mongers

Americans who believe they live in a country with a free and open press are deceiving themselves. LinkedIn last night removed within hours a column I posted that was fast gaining traction. The column was based on a commentary published by Wall Street Journal editorial page writer Allysia Finley, which in turn was based on research published by prominent scientists.

My salute to Paul Gigot, the Journal’s editorial page editor, and his team. They are what’s left of a dying breed of U.S. journalists with the guts and commitment to speak truth to power.

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WSJ’s Allysia Finley Commits Vaccine Blasphemy

I’m compelled to issue a warning linking to my latest commentary: If you have wholeheartedly believed and embraced all the mainstream media’s government approved Covid reporting, this post might be hazardous to your health. Reader discretion is advised.

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Propecia & the FDA’s Blind Eye to Drug Risks

The Israeli publication Haaretz in September published a blistering expose about how adverse side effects of the hair growth drug Propecia destroyed the lives of countless men in that country. Notably, the Atlantic, a publication at the forefront of the U.S. media that published stories discrediting Covid vaccine critics, in 2012 discredited early critics who warned about Propecia’s side effects.

The FDA failed to act on repeated warnings about Propecia, even after European and Canadian regulators moved to alert consumers about the drug’s risks.

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A Primer on EV Alternatives to Elon Musk’s Tesla

The media has declared the Tesla brand is dead, thanks to Elon Musk’s Twitter antics. As a public service for those who refuse to buy a Tesla in protest, I’ve prepared a primer on some alternative electric vehicles and some details about the people and companies that make them.

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A Lesson for Disney from Hallmark’s Wonya Lucas

Reflecting on the lyrics to the “Deck the Hall” Christmas carol last night allowed me to discover the impressive diversity and more inclusive programming the Hallmark cable channel has achieved in the past two years without generating one iota of controversy. Here’s what happens when a corporate CEO quietly implements meaningful change without broadcasting to the world that’s her end game.

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NEW YORK - APRIL 4, 2017: NYU Langone Medical Center Ambulance in midtown Manhattan

The NYTimes’ BS Attack on NYU Langone’s ER

I never imagined I’d come to defend the management of a major U.S. hospital but reading the New York Times’ attempted takedown of NYU Langone’s ER, my sympathies lie with New York’s premier healthcare facility.

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Worried Businessman Looking At Laptop With Ransomware Word On The Screen At The Workplace

The Stress & Zen of Living Without Email

When my email was disabled more than a week ago, I initially felt disconnected from the world. By day 3 of the disruption, I felt more connected than I felt in a very long time.

My experience as one of the tens of thousands who mistakenly trusted Rackspace Technology to host and secure our emails.

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