Every month, the media quietly stamp news stories with their imprimatur, showering some with undue attention while ignoring — or suppressing — thousands of stories that their viewers doubtlessly find more important. While the legacy outlets covered complaints that the transformative “Build Back Better” act is not costly enough, it turned a blind eye to these more consequential stories during the month of November.
1. Biden admin to stop collecting teacher-student sex assault allegations
Although the Virginia governor’s race turned in part on parental concerns that school officials in Loudoun County had covered up sexual assault (as well as opposition to controversial Critical Race Theory curriculum), the Biden administration has decided to collect less information about alleged teacher-student sex assault allegations. The Education Department’s Office of Civil