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The video touched a nerve, becoming yet another example of the uncritical way some journalists pick up and package narratives pushed by law enforcement for mainstream audiences.Sheriff’s No. 2 Apologizes For, But Doesn’t Disavow, Viral Fentanyl Video|Jesse Marx|October 22, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Their fortitude didn’t alter Nixon’s desire to reshape the production so that it better reflected his uncritical vision of America’s past and present.’1776’ — not ‘Hamilton’ — is the musical that best portrays the Founders|Zachary Clary|July 1, 2021|Washington Post
This uncritical veneration of ambition and success takes a toll, leaving psychological and moral wounds.How the Pressure of the Model Minority Myth Restricts Our Imagination—and Our Freedom|Sanjena Sathian|April 9, 2021|Time
It’s written by Pugh’s daughter, but it’s by no means an uncritical portrait.
Even largely uncritical admirers of the president have had enough.
For all its passion and gore, this book is not uncritical of the uprising itself.
The example of Hitler provided a dark parable of the dangers of uncritical worship of genius.
This essential truth does not oblige those of us on the left to become uncritical free market fundamentalists.
Yet it is not entirely uncritical, despite the friendship between the two men.CIA Officer Jack O'Connell's Revelations about King Hussein, Kissinger, and Israel|R.M. Schneiderman|June 10, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The question, startling as it may be, especially to trustful readers of uncritical laudations, may no longer be avoided.King Robert the Bruce|A. F. Murison
He is rather uncritical and confused in his arrangement, although honest and, in matters of personal observation, exact.The Catacombs of Rome|William Henry Withrow
Always I had been a wasp in their spider's web, difficult to claim as a tool, uncritical, antagonistic.The New Machiavelli|Herbert George Wells
He looked uncritical and very young, as rosy as a school-boy on a half-holiday.The Tragic Muse|Henry James
This, however, is assuming a great deal, and in so doing is uncritical.