Fake News and Floundering

WorldNetDaily may have spent the past year trying to stay alive, but that didn't keep from publishing a lot of fake news -- one thing that likely led to its severe financial problems in the first place. Plus: Did WND know all along that the Seth Rich conspiracy was fake?

Related: Fake News About MeaslesWND's Fake-News Failure

Slanties 2019: Into the Slantie-Verse

As the web the ConWeb weaves continues to spread under new writer Donald Trump, it's time once again to highlight the worst ConWeb reporting and craziest ConWeb opinions of the year.

More Catholic Than The Pope

The Catholic guys who run CNSNews.com are so uber-right-wing Catholic that they have the temerity to believe they can lecture Pope Francis about Catholicism.

WorldNetDaily's Favorite Criminal Ex-Congressman

WND loves Steve Stockman so much, it's promoting a conspiracy theory that the former congressman was sent to prison on financial fraud charges because he's a victim of the "Deep State."

MRC vs. Acosta: The Battle Rages On

When the Trump White House pulled the press pass of CNN's Jim Acosta, the Media Research Center had no problem ratcheting up the hatred even more -- so much so that its "news" division rooted for CNN's lawsuit to reinstate Acosta to go down in flames.

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