The fascist movements of the 20th century were notoriously anti-intellectual and anti-professor.
“The tragedy across the globe is that we are pulling down so many others,” [Berrigan] said. “We are not falling gracefully. Many, many people are paying with their lives for this.”
The modern leak needs a new kind of reporting, and news organisations are adapting by finding collaborations of scale Posted by Emily Bell Sunday 15 December 2013 The Guardian Edward Snowden on the front page of a newspaper in Hong Kong. Photograph: Kin Cheung/AP There is something about news stories that alter the course of history and More
The Myth of the Fourth Estate? BY LINDSAY BEYERSTEIN April 10, 2012 In These Times Gregory Shaya has an essay on the Lapham's Quarterly blog about what he calls the myth of the Fourth Estate. Therein, he rejects both the romantic assumption that an uncensored press is all we need for a free society and More
Our future depends on stopping an attack on Iran By Harvey Wasserman Posted on November 22, 2011 IntrepidReport.com The global Occupy Movement has come to life just in time. War is the health of the corporate state. The 1% needs its endless cash flow to stay in power. As the slaughters in Iraq and More