Tired of media bias, factual errors, and false assumptions?
The National Review Institute is offering compensation for anyone who submits “short posts identifying the factual errors, lazy clichÃ©s, loaded terms, and false assumptions that find their way into news stories on policy issues.
“Our goal is to discipline sloppy reporting – it’s important to give the reporter’s name and the date the piece ran. We also want to pressure the media to get the free market perspective before going to print. NRI is eager to get the scoop on what’s going on in your state.”
Find examples and submit your entries at NRI’s recently launched Media Malpractice blog.