Time magazine

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Time magazine is an American weekly publication that focuses on current events and has a liberal[1] bias. It was founded by Henry Luce and Briton Hadden in 1923, and was bought in 2018 by the Salesforce.com founder, billionaire Marc Benioff, along with his wife Lynne.[2]

The magazine is known for its annual "Person of the Year" designation giving credit to the person believed to have been the most newsworthy individual of that year. The series was called "Man of the Year" before 1999 when the name was changed because recipients can be male or female. Newsweek magazine follows similar photographic skewing as does Time. Examples in the "Man of the year" award that can be seen as controversial includes Adolf Hitler winning in 1938 and Joseph Stalin in 1942. In 2021, Time Magazine published a report detailing The Steal, in which the Democratic Party took power during the 2020 presidential election with extensive fraud, as well as plans to launch what was called a social justice revolution should the coup have failed. This report was widely circulated in conservatives circles.

Biased Photos from Time

See also


  1. http://www.intellectualconservative.com/2008/02/19/time-talks-down-to-real-christians/
  2. https://www.axios.com/2022/01/14/marc-benioff-time-magazine-salesforce