There is a joke making its way through Spain where a son says to his father, who is a journalist, “Dad, I cut my hand.” The father then asks, “Your left hand or the far right one?” This dialogue perfectly encapsulates the everyday language of European journalism, which no longer is able to use the […]
The topic of political correctness has been revived in Slovakia by former Minister of Finance Ivan Mikloš. On Monday, SME published his article about the alleged “racist” and “sexist” caricature of Serena Williams.
A growing number of governments in Europe are opposed to liberal biased media. Proof is in the stories about “dirty” judge Kavanaugh and the “censorship” in Austria, where there is no longer a consensus among politicians and the media on a common redrawing of reality.
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