On Tarantulas, Scorpions And Finding Ortega’s Niche

We’ve had a good laugh reading an article written about Tony Ortega by the former rag (Phoenix New Times) that once employed his services as a tabloid hack. Beneath the multiple layers of ridiculousness ripe for satirizing, however, it’s clear the piece was meant to make a point.

And as with so much

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More Projection Than a Movie Theater

Tony Ortega doesn’t have a wide variety of intellectual tricks up his sleeve.

Indeed, the rhetorical power at his disposal consists mainly of bullying, mean-girl style whisper campaigning, and projection. And it is to this last idea, that of projection, which we turn our attention today.

There is a certain set of false

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Arielle Silverstein: Not That Naive

I’m not that naive. Corporate world always cares about money more than anything else. I’m not surprised by this story one bit… By the way – there was a commission hearing at the Israeli Knesset about the Ofer brothers with Iran. This hearing was stopped in the middle due to “security concerns”. I

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Arielle Silverstein’s Narcissistic Jokes

Arielle Silverstein

Sadly, if you suffer from narcissistic tendencies, you are essentially locked into appreciating a very narrow range of jokes that do not in any way connect with the experiences of other people. Chances are, you know one or two people who fit that description. (Individuals like Arielle Silverstein and Tony Ortega

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Arielle Silverstein: Vigilante of Hate

Actually I think people love vigilantes, as long as they are taking vengeance on hated institutions such as banks, lawyers or landlords for example. – Arielle Silverstein aka Bozuri

Who are the are the “people” a bunch of cyber-terrorists? Vigilante is an interesting word. It entered English language sometime in the 19th century, borrowed

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Tony Ortega’s Fostered Mentality

In our last few articles, we’ve called Tony Ortega and his wife, Arielle Silverstein, out for being known liars. We’ve examined their motives and methods, and have exposed the bias of their thinking.

Today we thought it might be beneficial if our readers got a chance to hear Ortega defend himself on the specific charge

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Known Liars

Arielle Silverstein and Tony Ortega

With all the talk in the news recently about whistleblowers, we thought this might be a perfect time to remind our readers about how Arielle Silverstein, Tony Ortega’s most recent wife, took it upon herself to try and quash an internal inquiry headed by United Nation’s whistleblower Peter

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Arielle Silverstein & Tony Ortega: Bigots of a Feather

When we left off yesterday we had begun a discussion about the mysterious money keeping Tony Ortega in ‘business’, for lack of a better word. We been asking the question as to why Tony Ortega seems able to freeload his way through life, being as he seems to find it so difficult to find anything

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Tony Ortega: Chief Propagandist-At-Large

Arielle Silverstein and Tony Ortega

One of the questions we are often asked here in the midst of our reporting on the widening Backpage scandal is just how Backpage specifically and intentionally facilitated child sex trafficking.

While men like Tony Ortega have busied themselves devising elaborate defenses seeking to minimize and

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Turning a Blind Eye

Frequent readers of this blog will know by now the sordid unprofessional history of Tony Ortega. Between 2011 and July 2012, Tony Ortega, then Editor-in-Chief of the Village Voice, launched a biased oppo-research campaign on organizations and individuals who attempted to report on sex trafficking in the United States.

Clearly

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