Category Archive: objectivity

Breitbart and O’Keefe: The Legacy

Last week, News with a View, an anthology of essays edited by Burton St. John and Kristen Johnson appeared. In it is an essay of mine, “The Pride and Reward of Falsification: Post-Objectivity… Continue reading

"No Dog In This Fight"

When someone says: I had no dog in this fight Look out! ¬†What they are saying is that they do (or did), but don’t want to admit it. ¬†Personally, I have never seen… Continue reading

Objects and Objectivity

“Split the difference”: that’s what passes, more and more, for objectivity. One person takes one position, another an opposing on. The truth, the crier for ‘objectivity’ pleads, must be somewhere in the middle.… Continue reading