Paul Ryan exposes the "Trillion-Dollar Gimmick" in Harry Reid's proposal to "save" money by artificially holding elevated military spending as a baseline then calling it a "cut." Hat tip to Ace who correctly noted that the media regurgitated this talking point without, you know, doing any kind of fact-checking.
I think checking sources, fact-checking, and contacting people to confirm allegations must be an elective at journalism school. It's no wonder that a wide majority of Americans view the media as biased and unethical.
Clearly the problem is Fox News.