Tag Archives: mainstream corporate media
Lee Camp speaks with Abby Martin, a cutting-edge investigative journalist and host of Empire Files who calls out the US war machine. Lee then discusses how the systems that rely on our ignorance are now trying to come up with ways to keep us dumb. ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ […]
Graduates of Elite Universities Dominate The New York Times and Wall Street Journal Study Finds, by Zaid Jilani
The researchers were hesitant to comment on what the findings of their study mean for the way journalism is produced. But the homogeneity of perspectives and experiences in a newsroom can have the effect of limiting a newsroom’s scope of reporting…
Journalists in the US are facing an unprecedented crackdown on their work. This crackdown is at its most visible when it intersects with protest.
It is up to us, the consumers, to stop drinking from the poisoned chalice of corporate news and seek truth somewhere else.
If leftist and progressive calls to curb American imperialism are to be taken seriously, our analysis of international relations and foreign policy needs to be far more sophisticated.
Palestinians are not merely a ragtag collection of refugees; they are a people purposefully kept from their homes by an army of occupation.
Welcome to the world of mass deception à la Edward Bernays and Josef Goebbels.
It’s a closed system. It’s a narrow system. What FAIR has talked about for decades is, we have a corporate spectrum: It goes from General Electric to General Motors. It goes from hawk to dove, but the doves are hawks, and the hawks are super-hawks. So you have this narrow spectrum, and if you don’t […]
“Our democracy functions best when we have a strong, diverse, and independent local journalism.”
Our out of control national destructiveness and its unspeakable costs constitute the “spiritual death” that Martin Luther King warned us about at the height of the Vietnam War, yet they remain mostly unaddressed in public discourse.