Dominant US media invert truth about Venezuela.
Reported information on seized FARC-EP files is fake.
Regarding "Drinking the 9/11 Kool-Aid" (Editorial, April 24): After three government investigations and more than six years, we still don't have answers on 9/11.
Executive Editor William Keller had said originally that he was looking to cut 100 people from the Times staff in response to the dismal newspaper advertising environment.
Every once in awhile, we newspaper columnists, raging and fulminating at our keyboards, go too far -- we overstate, we gloss over nuance, we generalize unfairly, we give offense we don't intend while trying to be funny or profound, or we otherwi
The NYT is at it again as a servile imperial tool.
One day a State wakes and decides to boycott a network. It happened to us in the past with BBC, when its programming content and criticism of Israel were not to the liking of those in charge of our public relations effort. Now, the Foreign Ministry w
A federal appeals court temporarily blocked a lower court's order requiring a former USA TODAY reporter to pay thousands of dollars in fines. Toni Locy would not identify sources who named former Army scientist Steven Hatfill as a possible suspec
Attorneys for a former USA TODAY reporter plan to ask a federal appeals court to suspend the payment of thousands of dollars in fines imposed for failing to identify sources who named former Army scientist Steven Hatfill as a possible suspect in the
[wow!] With Florida winner John McCain getting about 75% more coverage than Mitt Romney, and with Mike Huckabee almost invisible, the press appeared conspicuously close to turning McCain into the presumptive nominee last week.
70% of Americans believe traditional journalism is out of touch, and nearly half are turning to the Internet to get their news. 64% are dissatisfied with the quality of journalism in their communities, a We Media/Zogby Interactive online poll showed
Ron Paul won more delegates than any other at the Missoula County Republican Caucus. Despite the now obviously high levels of support, [we] did not run a single article on Paul, nor did we include him in our election prediction scorecard.
A person familiar with the matter confirmed Monday that Dow Jones plans to move, verifying reports in The New York Observer and The New York Times
Just so you know, “the media” has no mind. It cannot make decisions. Which means it does not “get behind” candidates. It does not decide to oppose your guy… or gal. Nor does it “buy” this line or “swallow” that one. It is a beast without a brain.
Doug Bruce (Lee?) is accused of kicking a photographer when he wouldn't stop snapping pictures during the prayer. The legislature investigates.
We arrived at the sign, which is about two miles west of downtown Holbrook on Interstate 40, just about 30 minutes before sunset. We decided to wait until dark, for the light contrast with the electric lights against a darker sky. there is also anot
Blogs who raked TNR over the coals three weeks ago for it's faux reporting in the Scott Beauchamp hoax now think it's a journalistic beacon. The difference? Three words: dis Ron Paul.
A superb expose of how the major media serve powerful interests and not the public
It was twelve years ago today that the last Calvin and Hobbes comic strip was published. With over 30 million books in print, losing the comic strip left many fans just a bit sad.
Top editors at the military newspaper "Stars and Stripes" are asking for full disclosure of the paper’s relationship with a Defense Department publicity program, called "America Supports You," after disclosures that money was funn
Scott Ritter, former weapons inspector lets loose a barrage on Adnan al Haideri the so called engineer that says he built all the chemical bunkers that we never found. The Bush administration used out right lies and propaganda to fight a war that nev
One of my favorite annual lists. Things you go 'Why didn't I read about that?" and "I remember that story. It sure disappeared fast."
Thousands of people march for Ron in Santa Monica, and not one word in the MSM, notes Tim Shea. [YouTube link.] "I’m convinced that the aged-media –the aged huckster 'conservatives' included -- have decided to use Ron Paul as a test case
Well, maybe not conspiracy, but unarguably, suppression. And wherever you find suppression, you will find muted dissent in the ranks. And ... we would think... that the media criticism of Ron Paul, is actually...meant to be be supportive?!
FCC proposal will crush independent journalism
To the Lame Stream Media LSM: An Open Letter to ‘Old Media’. Sometimes I wish I understood, but could not seem to comprehend why you do it, but then minutes later I did not give a damn anymore. And that is why you will fail. Why are you so set on w
A new study from Pravda. Since this is one of the days that I'm smarter and nicer but becoming emotionally dreamy (according to this story) then I've decided to post it.
Most media outlets cover Ron Paul only superficially, and expressly avoid asking details on his positions. So it is refreshing to see BusinessWeek actually ask about the doctor about the IRS, the Fed and dollar policy.
Despite bouts of superficial self-criticism, when it comes to war, the US media excel at following the White House line.
What we need is a diversity of information from media outlets that are not controlled by special interests, and not a monopoly of a few large corporations whose interests lie in reporting only government approved propaganda.