"Russia and other adversaries may not need to hack the election if they can hack something else: our minds."So begins a crazy, paranoid Washington Post editorial titled "The U.S. may be safe from foreign interference in this election. But what about perception hacking?", cautioning readers not to
Do you lay awake at night terrified that the Russians are able to control your mind with information warfare while the US government's slavish devotion to democratic values leaves it powerless to stop them? Me neither. But according to The Washington Post, whose sole owner
After days of ridiculous, hysterical garment rending by mass media talking heads in response to Senator Bernie Sanders' utterly undeniable assertion that The Washington Post has displayed unfair bias against his campaign, people with extensive experience in the mainstream press who are fed up with the
Some people use private browsing to watch porn. I use it to read the Washington Post. And I probably feel a lot dirtier afterward.
I’ve been meaning to write this article as a public service so that my readers can understand how to navigate through today’s online