What a stunning example of media bias. As far as I can tell, it is completely unconscious. I believe the first way to frame the story never even crossed the mind of the reporter or the editor.

MSM’s upside-down Chick-fil-A sandwich

Chick-fil-A has something not all that surprising to crow about. Consumer use, visits and ad awareness were all up measurably in the third quarter, at a time the chicken chain enjoyed a remarkable out…

This is an interesting revision to some research that got traction a while ago, but I’m not sure what the authors think their new data positively suggests. They say Brooks was wrong, but it does seem clear that some group does give more than some other group. Who do they think this group is?

Who Really Gives? Partisanship and Charitable Giving in the United States — The Monkey CagePrinceton University Press

Michele Margolis and Michael Sances write: Conservatives and liberals are equally generous in their donation habits. This pattern holds at both the individual and state level, and contradicts the conv…