Unlike the mainstream investment community which is built around “fiat” money or paper dollars, the “alternative money management business” is flush because it has bet on gold and silver during a time of unprecedented over-issuance of the shaky Amer
Journalism: The debate is over. A consensus has been reached. On global warming? No, on how Democrats are favored on television, radio and in the newspapers.
A popular online marketing technique illustrates one roll of the media in shaping national politics.
The New Hampshire paper, the Concord Monitor invited convicted murderer and prison inmate at the men’s prison in Concord, Charles Huckelbury to write several op-ed pieces. The executive editor, Felice Belman, appalled by the “flood” of over “100 nast
E&P has learned that several major papers have suffered declines in daily circulation of over 7%, including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, The San Diego Union-Tribune, The Miami Herald and The Dallas Morning News.
The news that didn't make the news.
John "Pat" Philbin, the Director of Public Affairs responsible for FEMA's recent faked news conference, is effectively receiving a promotion. Philbin's new job was an "amazing opportunity to head the communications shop at ODNI
According to a new USA Today Gallup poll, Ron Paul has broken the statistical dead heat with "other", now sets sights on outpolling "none".
Cash on hand for the Paul campaign is $5,300,000. (The Arizona Republic finally makes an effort in a small way,... well, online. It's a start :)
However, today, the news is out thanks to a high-echelon Ron Paul supporter who posted a follow-up story at DailyPaul.com confirming FMNN's initial report. The Post journalist is Jose Antiono Vargas, and the article goes on to explain
We are being fed false and misleading information, in matters big and small. It has come from trusted sources such as established newspapers, experienced journalists, Pulitzer Prize winners and Nobel Peace Prize winners. It has been going on for a
The independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta and Russian prosecutors know the identity of the man who killed Anna Politkovskaya, its correspondent who was slain in a contract-style killing one year ago.
Selling newspapers in London is a tough game, but The Evening Standard is using RFID to gain a competitive edge. The popular daily paper, targeted at commuters who ride the London Underground subway system, sells between 200,000 and 300,000 copies p
The New York Times had decided to end its Time-Select subscription service, a move that will make its top columnists and newspaper archives free on the newspaper's website. The decision, which will take effect at midnight on Monday,
A revealing example of the corrupted corporate media.
The confrontation with the media giants is inevitable. So where do the people start? Some thoughts on the subject by Ernest Hancock. It's all about the timing :)
The cartoon "Opus" censored in at least 25 newspapers Sunday (including the Arizona Republic) due to the potential to offend Muslim sensibilities.
The presidential election is 14 months away and with as many as 17 candidates now running, U.S. television and radio broadcasters are elated at the prospect of billions more in advertising dollars.
Five journalists must identify the government officials who leaked them details about a scientist under scrutiny in the 2001 anthrax attacks, a federal judge said.
Sig Christenson of the San Antonio Express-News ridicules comments by politicians, laments the lack of reporters covering the war, and cites ground rules that are crippling for photojournalists. He says the media aren't pressing for answers
The Wall Street Journal should be owned by a company dedicated to maintaining its integrity, not one grasping to find content for a yet-to-be-launched cable channel.
With an exclusive article about a new plan by Accountant General Yaron Zelekha to contain corruption and an adjacent article by Dan Margalit about the war waged by the sons of light, headed by Zelekha and Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch, agent
I always knew that all those years of marketing would pay off! Recount 109 signs for Friday 7/13/07 What can your meetup group do? And it's Ron Paul by a mile!
Phoenix style, I always knew that all those years of marketing would pay off! Recount 109 signs on 7/13/07 (friday) what can your meetup group do?
Perhaps other papers had discussions or plans in the works for weeks, but it appears that The New York Times' editorial last Sunday calling for the start of a US withdrawal in Iraq may have inspired some major metros to follow a similar line sinc
Reuters on Monday asked the US military to conduct a full and objective investigation into the killing last week of two of its staff in Iraq after evidence emerged casting doubt on explanatioins given for their deaths. Photographer Namir Noor-Eldeen
WASHINGTON -- And the leading Republican presidential candidate is ... none of the above. ( Gee,... I wonder if Ron Paul was included in the poll. Let me see,.... NOPE! :) Can you smell the bad guy's FEAR?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! )
E.W. Scripps Co said on Tuesday it will shut down afternoon newspapers The Cincinnati Post and the Kentucky Post by the end of the year at the conlusion of a joint operating agreement.
The Pittsburgh newspaper owned by conservative billionaire Richard Mellon Scaife yesterday called the Bush adminstration's plans to stay the course in Iraq a "prescription for American suicide." The editorial in the Tribune-Review adde
With the story line so relevant to present-day politics, and the timing of the latest issue so precise, it's hard not to think the whole thing is one big slam on the government. "Part of it grew out of the fact that we are a country that's at war, we