Bill Moyers has put together an amazing 90-minute video documenting the lies that the Bush adminstration told to sell the Iraq war to the American public, with a special focus on how the media led the charge. Watch PBS from 9pm to 10:30pm on April 2
A CBS News producer was fired and the network apologized after a Katie Couric video essay on libraries was found to be plagiarized from The Wall Street Journal. The essay was removed from the CBS Web site and an editor's note was posted saying
Geraldo is furious at O'Reilly's insistence illegal immigrant legal status is issue in drunk driving death
On April 15-20th, PBS will be airing America at a Crossroads, a series of 11 independently produced documentaries, each focusing on a different aspect of "challenges confronting the post-9/11 world," includding the Iraq and Afghnistan wars,
Video - You know you are in trouble when you got the American people on Rosie's side as she slams Bush, The Wars and the government's version of 911. She also invites experts in physics onto The View and even slams her own ABC N
A long time ago, Bill O'Reilly worked for Inside Edition, and here's a report he filed concerning the JFK murder. Compare this report to what he does on his show today. Another reminder that this man really need to go.
A Bay Area freelance journalist is finally free after serving 226 days in prison for civil contempt -- longer than any journalist in U.S. history. Josh Wolf walked free after releasing a controversial videotape prosecutors wanted to see. It's
During the course of this saga I have repeatedly offered to allow a judge to be the arbiter over whether or not my video material has any evidentiary value. Today, you the public have the opportunity to be the judge and I am confident you will see, a
A lawsuit nearing trail has opened a rare window into the inner workings of Pat Robertson's Virginia Beach-based media empire. At the heart of the case is an issue that has bedeviled Robertson repeatedly over the years: the fuzzy line between h
Mr. Johnson, former CIA guy, who's been a guest on Charles Goyette's show many times, has put together a collection of crap that has been put out by Fox News. Not that the other news agencies are any better. Enjoy!!!
FEW authors, no matter how serious or scholarly, can afford to be so stubbornly Pynchonesque as to refuse to participate in a book tour. If they want to sell books, this is. But fewer still could have guessed until recently that their best pitchman
September 11 conspiracies will go mainstream on Sunday as BBC airs an hour long documentary that investigates the growing number of conspiracy theories surrounding the 9/11 attacks. 9/11: The Conspiracy Files, will try to answer the question
Most Ron Paul supporters realize that Paul will be ignored by main stream media. However, many see this as the good ole boy network keeping an outsider like Paul ... well ... outside. A vast conspiracy of one wing or another. But this is not Stossel*
Agence France-Presse, the global news agency, has launched an international television news service, AFPTV, aimed at broadcasters, Internet providers and cell phone operators.
Tim Russert's handling of his involvement in Plamegate speaks volumes about the very chummy relationship that has developed between the Washington press corps and government officials, and reflects badly on Russert's commitment to journalisti
TBS and Interference Inc. have agreed to pay $2 million for a Cartoon Network advertising campaign that caused a widespread bomb scare, the attorney general said Monday. The agreement with several state and local agencies resolves
Memo to Tim Russert: Dick Cheney thinks he controls you. This delicious morsel about the "Meet the Press" host and the vice president was part of the extensive dish Cathie Martin served up when the former Cheney communications director took
Venezuela's RCTV actions violate Venezuelan law and in US would be acts of sedition or treason.
“The work of television is to establish false contexts and to chronicle the unraveling of existing contexts; finally to establish the context of no-context and to chronicle it.” Sounds like the nightly news.
The Senate confirmation hearings for the nomination of Robert Gates to be the next Secretary of Defense were not carried live on any broadcast or cable news networks. Neither C-SPAN 1 or 2 carried it live either.
I've been at the computer, watching al-Jazeera's new English-language all-news channel. (It's not available on television in the US, as it is in the rest of the world; we'll get to that in a moment.) I'm not bored as I am by most
Al-Jazeera has all but conceded defeat in its effort to gain US distribution in time for its worldwide launch. Execs at the nascent English-language offshoot of the Arab broadcaster said Comcast Communications pulled the plug on
The moment Dave Marash told friends and colleagues about his new job, the questions began flying. Who? listeners asked skeptically. And why? Nearly nine months later, he's still hearing those questions -- and it turns out answering the firs
Crude, quirky, but just the start of something big...Entered By: Powell Gammill
Though beginning my forty-third year as a non-voter, I nonetheless observe this circus, perhaps out of the same sense of curiosity that leads people to attend freak shows on the midway.
An internal memo, recently discovered by the British media, revealed what the BBC has been trying to hide. Senior figures admitted in a recent 'impartiality' summit that the BBC was guilty of promoting Left-wing views and anti-Christian sent
Aliens invade Springfield to prevent mankind from obtaining "weapons of mass disintegration," but their mission, called "Operation Enduring Occupation," turns into a quagmire. "You said we would be greeted as liberators!
A five minute preview of a show to run on PBS on Oct 20. It's focus on the movement to have so called "clean" elections, and try to eliminate privately funded campaigns. (Did you ever think of removing power for Washington and the sta
Steven called Richard Mack to inform him that a reporter would be calling him within 24hours to schedule a time that a crew would drive to Safford to tape an interview of substantial length to air in primetime.