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 :)
An Arizona ballot measure would prohibit government contracting that gives preferences to minority-owned businesses to universities that consider race and ethnicity in student admissions. Private businesses would be unaffected.
PBS series BILL MOYERS JOURNAL premieres at a special time with "Buying the War," a 90-minute documentary that explores the role of the press in the lead-up to the invasion of Iraq.
In 1998, countries around the world joined the United Nations International Drug Control Programme in their pledge that the world would be drug free by 2008. Since this date is approaching so fast, I decided to have a conversation with drugs about th
ASU student produces a little promo video . . .
A 10 minute video of who are the true masters here. And the satire is great!!
The corruption of federal holidays for patriotism and profit.
"I just want you to know that, when we talk about war, we're really talking about peace. We want there to be peace. We want people to live in peace all around the world." George W. Bush
Chile’s struggle with terrorism resulted in 2300 (both sides) dead and missing and the torture used against Chilean terrorist suspects was perhaps less draconian than that used by the USA against suspected Muslim terrorists.
The US defence department has set up a new unit to better promote its message 24-hour rolling news outlets, and particularly on the internet. The Pentagon said the move would boost its ability to counter "inaccurate" news stories and expol
Time after time, whenever one of these killers was shot in a hold-up and needed medical attention, they sought out a creature who was considered one of the lowest dregs of society - an abortion doctor.
According to a statement read on-air by an anchor, the channel is "accused of portraying an unstable environment, distorting the truth and giving information that is biased, and therefore have to shut down all their operations in Iraq."
US military leaders in Baghdad have put out for bid a 2-year, $20 million public relations contract that calls for extensive monitoring of US and Middle Eastern media in an effort to promote more positive coverage of news from Iraq.
Enough! Just stop. You've had your say over and over and over. You've repeated yourself ad nauseam for years without making an iota of sense. You've accomplished nothing construtive, absolutely nothing. You've repeated the same n
U.S. military leaders in Baghdad have put out for bid a two-year, $20 million public relations contract that calls for extensive monitoring of U.S. and Middle Eastern media in an effort to promote more positive coverage of news from Iraq.
Fox News' ratings, TVNewser reports, are down. Like, way down. Like down 28 percent in primetime among all viewers, down 20 percent in primetime in the "money demo" (viewers aged 25-54)
The nephew of Sigmund Freud,Edward Bernays probably did more to "legitimize" propaganda than any other individual in this country. This is part 2 of a series from Google Video. The first part is also included on the page.
(Still watching Network News?)
Fmr. Lincoln Group Intern Describes Paying Iraqi Press to Plant Pro-American Articles Secretly Written by U.S. Military
An Iraqi militant group has produced en elaborate video of what it said were attacks on US troops, in the latest example of the increasingly sophisticated propaganda war being waged by Iraqi insurgents. "The Code of Silence", was posted
Iraqi Presdient Jalal Talabani said Wednesday he foresees Iraqi forces taking over security in all 18 provinces by the end of the year. (It's not what he thinks that's important, it's what Bush thinks) Talabani, who was speaking at a new
A secret Pentagon "roadmap" on war propaganda, personally approved by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, on October 2003, calls for "boundaries" between information operations abroad and the news media at home, but provides for
The alleged plot by Muslim extremists to bomb the Holland Tunnel in New York City was nothing more than chatter by unaffiliated individuals with no financing or training in an open forum already monitored extensively by the United States Government
U-S-A! U-S-A! When it comes to national pride, Americans are No. 1, according to a survey of 34 countries' patriotism. Venezuela came in a close second in the survey, released Tuesday by the National Opinion Research Center at the University o
A Defense Department investigation of Pentagon-financed propaganda efforts in Iraq warns that paying Iraqi journalists to produce postive stories could damage American credibilty and calls for an end to military payments. (You think so)
If you believe the government, annual inflation is running less that 3.5%, unemployment is less than 5%, annual GDP growth rate is about 3.5%, and the 2005 federal deficit was $318 billion. In reality, annual inflation is over 8%, unemployment is ov
If movie trailers are supposed to cause a reaction, the preview for "United 93" more than succeeds. Featuring no voice-over and no famous actors, it begins with images of a beautiful morning and passengers boarding an airplane that hits the
The lack of response, Williams says, is completely incongruous with the statements of Mueller and Ashcroft, the issuance of the BOLO, the posting of the $5 million reward, and the FBI's continuous requests for any information regarding el-Shukrij
The US lags dangerously behind al Qaeda and other enemies in getting out information in the digital media age and must update its old-fashioned methods, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said. [Hear the cash register?]
"Once you can take any kind of information and reduce it into ones and zeros, you can do some pretty interesting things," says Daniel T. Kuehl, chairman of the Information Operations department of the National Defense University in Washing