Eric Boehlert

Eric Boehlert, a former senior writer for Salon, is the author of "Lapdogs: How the Press Rolled Over for Bush."

Why Fox News and the rest of Trump's loyalist media won't be able to contain the sprawling Russia story Eric Boehlert
Beyond a lie: The White House is creating misinformation as propaganda Eric Boehlert
It’s time for cable news to unplug the White House press briefings Eric Boehlert
As Donald Trump unravels, so do Fox’s ratings Eric Boehlert
The GOP’s war on the press explodes into full view Eric Boehlert
Fox News's cynical and vulgar conspiracies about the slain DNC staffer fit a pattern Eric Boehlert
Trumpcare: What happened to the press’s obsession with bipartisan votes? Eric Boehlert
Donald Trump doesn’t understand health care. Shouldn’t the press say so? Eric Boehlert
The press still obsessed with Donald Trump's voters, but they didn't care about Obama's Eric Boehlert
The press struggles to finally break its “populist” habit for Trump Eric Boehlert
Rupert Murdoch’s disturbing corporate legacy: chronic sexual harassment in U.S., rampant lawbreaking in UK Eric Boehlert
Donald Trump tries to lead America down a Fox News rabbit hole Eric Boehlert
No laughing matter: The press shouldn't be chuckling about Trump's lies Eric Boehlert
Right-wing media scramble to recast Barack Obama as Trump-era villain Eric Boehlert
Built on a false siege: Donald Trump's border wall lacks context Eric Boehlert