Instead of just arguing over who the worst scofflaws – motorists or cyclists – the Danes have taken a novel approach and actually studied road traffic. The results? The bad behavior of […]
Truth or confirmation
Do you want to know what journalists think? Or would you prefer they keep their views hidden and let you guess at their opinions?
In these post-truth times, it is interesting to ponder what would happen if these tenuously United States managed to create a society wherein truth wholly ceased to matter. What would be shape […]
Where and when the idea that safety gear in and of itself makes people safe entered the American mainstream is unclear, but it has now reached the point of a dangerous absurdity. […]
Let’s imagine for a moment that, as some have suggested, the Russians could be behind @2020fight – the Twitter site that helped drive the false narrative of a story about American Native […]
A troubled trail
After more than a year of turmoil for the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, the long-time executive director is out. In a carefully worded, six-paragraph statement on Thursday, Mike Mills, the president […]
Poor rich woman?
The draft of a once-proposed loan agreement between an Alaska Native corporation and Alice Rogoff has shed new light on the 2017 implosion of the 49th state’s largest newspaper. Despite […]
Who to trust?
In a divided country with views on almost everything colored by political leanings right or left, it’s time to seriously ponder whether U.S. journalists lived a decades-long delusion of objectivity into […]
For anyone who wonders why President Donald Trump’s regular and often erroneous rantings about “fake news” resonate so well with a certain segment of America, here’s a reason why: “Bear meat is […]
Not a seal
Trending today, the seal that isn’t. Fox News got it wrong. CNN – “Seal attacks kayaker with octopus” – got it wrong, too.