Michael Moore went off on Wolfie and CNN for a hit piece they aired about “Sicko” right before he came on. He was hot! He slapped the beard around then attacked CNN and Blitzer for not doing their job in the run up to the war (where were you when it
On MSNBC's Hardball on Friday, guest host David Shuster reported on a fresh controversy surrounding the Scooter Libby pardon (video at end).
The new Bushist line is that everyone killed by American forces in Iraq is "al Qaeda" – a transparent falsehood belied by the Pentagon's own assessments but mindlessly adopted by almost every corporate media venue, with the exception of
Chris Matthews dumps Ron Paul so he can discuss NY City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg dropping out of the Republicans and becoming an independent. Matthews expresses his opinion over the content of his "news" show -- an opinion shared by m
On Dec 19,2006, President Bush said for the first time that the US is not winning the war in Iraq. Here's a Frontline program, that is the fifth in a series covering the war.
Tommy Chong was asked to come on to MSNBC to discuss Paris Hilton going back to jail. Cuntessa Brewer rolls her eyes and even asks him "Have you smoked anything today?" when he brings up the fact that the media is controlled and is creating
"I worry about CNN more than I do about CNN.com."
Speculating on the program’s declining ratings, Rather complained to MSNBC host Joe Scarborough that "the mistake was to try to bring the ‘Today’ show ethos to the evening news and to dumb it down, tart it up in hopes of attracting a younger aud
There are moments - when US president John F. Kennedy was shot or the World Trade Center fell - you never forget. The end of the 1967 Six-Day War, which resulted in Israel's lightning strike takeover of the Sinai Penisula, Gaza Strip, West Bank
(CNN pulls audience comments from website after the debate comments support a candidate that won't be spending a lot of money on CNN TV ads. IMNSHO)
In a major victory for TV networks, a U.S. appeals court on Monday overruled federal regulators who decided that expletives uttered on broadcast television violated decency standards. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York, i
US fears over China long-range missiles”, ran The Financial Times’ front page headline last week and an eight column spread rammed the message home, that Washington is becoming worried that China is deploying mobile land and sea-base missiles that ha
As you can see from the chart above, Katie Couric’s first nine months at CBS aren’t exactly going as planned - in fact, she’s costing CBS an arm and a leg and a whole lot more for each viewer she hangs onto in her shrinking audience. And last week
A television show in which a woman would donate a kidney to a contestants was revealed as a hoax Friday, with presenters saying they were trying to pressure the government into reforming organ donation laws.
In the end Freedom always wins,... it just gets really messy first. a message from the Publisher of FreedomsPhoenix to Stephen Lendman and his readers
In this Daily Show commentary on the sexualization of female news reporters, John Stewart begins by saying soberly, "How the news is presented, packaged if you will, is also an important part of the sales pitch. Yes, attractiveness matters.
From pumaman1 - This is a video I made satirizing the... This is a video I made satirizing the patheticaly BIASED and silly Fox News post GOP debate coverage on May 15th 2007. (Just like you were there... very good for understanding what happened.
[That would be a first.] Friedman acknowledges that there were mistakes made in the early days of Couric's broadcast, chief among them the emphasis on softer news and features rather than the harder news that traditionally marked the broadcast
What we can't live with - what our democracy cannot afford - are media disenfranchising a candidate's supporters. - Paul Levinson, PhD - Professor and Chair - Department of Communication and Media Studies- Fordham University, New York City
Future of Freedom Foundation's Jacob Hornberger has some thoughts on the GOP Debate & U.S. foreign policy.
Ron Paul has over 12,000 MySpace friends and his name is one of the most searched items on the Blogs,... so he must be cheating :)
long with high gas prices come the calls for Americans to diversify our energy sources and reduce our dependence on foreign oil. But be skeptical of politicians who tout ethanol as the clean-burning solution to our energy crisis.
[This is why the mainstream corporate media is DOA.] Republican White House contenders offered strong support for the military effort in Iraq. Also participating were Sen. Sam Brownback, Reps. Tom Tancredo, Ron Paul, and Duncan Hunter.
Jon Stewart, host of Comedy Central's THE DAILY SHOW since 1999. Talks to Bill about how faking the news can reveal more of the truth than all of the Sunday-morning talk shows put together.
The recent airing of Bill Moyer's program "Buying the War" is now online. You can watch it here. Enjoy!!
Rupert Murdoch's surprise $5 billion bid for Dow Jones & Co., publisher of The Wall Street Journal, faces tough sledding after the company's controlling shareholders said they would block it.
[What happens when you challenge the government's 9/11 story?] Controversial daytime talk show host Rosie O'Donnell said she's leaving "The View" less than a year after joining the ABC gabfest. O'Donnell's provocative re
People who get their information from the Internet and Radio are far more informed than those who get their information from magazines and newspapers, and especially television says a new survey.
CBS executives deny it, but there's a growing feeling within the network that Katie Couric is an expensive, unfixable mistake. "It's a disaster. Everybody knows it's not working. CBS may not cut her loose, but I guarantee you, somebo
The following item is absolutely the most ridiculous hypothesis yet about the Virginia Tech massacre. Next to this one, that is. Courtesy of Drudge (displayed above the logo next to Sanjaya) and the New York Times blog: