The AP shows making up data and editorializing are more important than facts when reporting on Wis. Gov. Scott Walker.
It has become apparent that being called out for failing to report a major news story after 36 hours is the last straw for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s managing editor. In fact, the managing editor – who will become the paper’s top editor next month – went so far off the deep end following conservative […]
From 1999 to 2014, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s weekend circulation decreased by 36%, or 166,171 copies.
As Right to Work momentum picks up in Wisconsin, Media Trackers uncovers that the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s union contract has Right to Work language.
A Milwaukee reporter uses two cases of criminals convicted of killing others with a vehicle to claim racism in the justice system.
While liberals and the media push a narrative of pay-for-play in the Walker administration, reality destroys the ridiculous claims.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ignores the fact that many of its own staff are part of an anti-Walker union.
Facts matter little to James B. Nelson and his editors at the Wisconsin affiliate of PolitiFact, an opinion and editorial feature that recently reviewed mining in Wisconsin.
Two news stories that have garnered national attention have ignored key pieces of information in an attempt to hit Wisconsin Republican elected officials just weeks before the fall election.