Shadowproof’s newest staff member, journalist Ken Klippenstein, discusses his new column and the document reading room he plans to curate on our site.
Health care policy analyst Jon Walker discusses his proposal for transitioning the United States to a single-payer health care system.
A senior media specialist for the National Education Association, Robyn Swirling, posted to Facebook and Twitter the false claim that Shadowproof outed Molly Haigh’s disability in a news report on a development related to the case of Trevor FitzGibbon. The senior vice president of Revolution Messaging, Sean Carlson, who is
We asked our contributors to share some of their favorite things they read, saw, and heard in 2016.
Dan and Joanne talk to independent journalist Rania Khalek, who recently traveled to Syria. She shares what she witnessed and her conversations with Syrians.
Dan and Joanne discuss the rebels in Syria that the mainstream media has been promoting as freedom fighters and the powers waging proxy wars in Syria.
Shadowproof appreciates the apology from the creator of “B.S. Detector,” a browser extension for flagging “fake news” that wrongly included Shadowproof.com
In the wake of the 2016 election, Shadowproof believes it is worthwhile to assess the state of journalism and the need for contrition, especially from those with the most influence and power in the press who failed citizens so miserably. Donald Trump’s election was aided and abetted by liberal journalists, who accelerated the decline of
Shadowproof’s staff collaborated on this collection of the worst punditry written during the 2016 election.
The Laughing Liberally chapter in Chicago hosted their monthly event on October 5, and Shadowproof managing editor Kevin Gosztola performed a satirical piece, “An Unsolicited Guide To Protesting The Right Way.” A written version of this satire appeared on Shadowproof weeks ago, but it was revised and updated for this