Social media allows people to create and exchange information. But it is also the most fertile ground for conspiracy theories.
2.1 Rewcastle Brown – Tong: A relationship both illegal and mutual Rewcastle Brown starts her campaign regarding 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) a couple of days after she received the stolen data.
$2million is a lot of money to pay for a story – probably a world record. But not, it would seem, if you are a UK blogger that offers “a fairer future in Sarawak, Malaysia”.
$2million is a lot of money to pay for a story – probably a world record. So who would be willing to pay that amount of money for a story and what is their motive?
It’s being called a ‘revolt’ by intelligence pros who are paid to give their honest assessment of the ISIS war—but are instead seeing their reports turned into happy talk. More than 50 intelligence analysts working out of the U.S. military’s Central Command have formally complained that their reports on ISIS and al Qaeda’s branch in… Continue reading
Two years ago tomorrow, Media Matters published a book called The Benghazi Hoax in which we exposed how Republicans had twisted the facts, invented charges out of thin air, and dishonored the memory of four brave Americans who died in Benghazi in their attempt to turn a national tragedy into a political weapon. Last month, I published Killing… Continue reading