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Steve Salerno
Steve Salerno is a widely published essayist, author, and educator. His 2005 book, “SHAM,” explored the self-help movement's metastasis through America at large.
by | Aug 14, 2021

As someone who teaches media ethics — a course that seems increasingly divorced from real-world journalism — I am ever on the lookout for examples of coverage corrupted by spin. In particular, I look for unconscious bias, a concept I…

by | Jan 14, 2021

In the midst of the past summer’s unrest, veteran MSNBC contributor Sally Kohn tweeted, “I don’t like violent protests, but I understand them.” Kohn’s tweet captured a sentiment that suffuses the American Left — at least insofar as causes to…

by | Jan 7, 2021

As the new year dawns, the biggest and most socially significant news out of jurisprudence is the Department of Justice’s action against Walmart. The DOJ is suing the retailing colossus for the alleged crime of enabling America’s other pandemic: opioid…

by | Dec 16, 2020

America is one month out from inaugurating an administration that, in the name of equity, has committed to discrimination as a foundational principle. And the Biden administration gives every indication of unapologetically embracing discrimination as a modus vivendi. Joe Biden’s…

by | Apr 12, 2007

Has a book ever borne a more ironic title? In recent weeks it’s become hard to avoid armchair discussions and more formal analyses of what is surely the greatest success story in the annals of viral marketing: a positive-thinking juggernaut…

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