It seems a bit strange to me that the media carefully warn about and label any content that involves sex, violence or strong language — but there's no similar labelling system for, say, sloppy journalism and other questionable content. I figured
No more than one-quarter of Americans trusts the news media, but the greatest confidence in the struggling newspaper industry ironically comes from young people. The Gallup poll found that 25% of Americans felt a "great deal" or "quite a lot" of co
The NY Times declined an invitation to have lunch with the president and "about a dozen" other reporters at the White House today. Why? The Obama administration wanted to talk to reporters about the problems the press has with the way they've been
CBS Is Letting YOU Rate the President. Takes all of fifteen seconds. Take the poll yourself and when you submit your grading of how he is handling the top issues, a second page will come up showing you the current results of how America is voting.
One of the great mysteries of the nuclear age was solved just five years ago: What was in the censored, and then lost to the ages, newspaper articles filed by the first reporter to reach Nagasaki following the atomic attack on that city on August 9,
I almost choked when I read Lee Bollinger's op-ed piece in the WSJ.com advocating public financial support of the mainstream media. This is the Lee Bollinger who was recently named Deputy Chair of the New York Federal Reserve Bank.
Judge Andrew Napolitano interviews Julian Assange from Wikileaks
But make no mistake, Harman's pocket change purchase of Newsweek—he paid $1, plus the assumption of liabilities for the magazine—has to be a passion play, because it certainly isn't a financial one.
The myth of the liberal media
Reporters covering trials of accused terrorists at Guantanamo on Monday will have their first-ever face-to-face chance to air their complaints about the U.S government's restrictive rules, which journalists say make it nearly impossible for the publi
"The whole purpose of PR is to make stocks go higher. That's what CNBC and many many PR agencies are all about. Yes, they make things look better for a while. Are they really better? No." Propaganda, in other words.
Thursday's Post reported about a growing controversy over the Justice Department's decision to scale down a voter-intimidation case against members of the New Black Panther Party. The story succinctly summarized the issues but left many readers with
...no one wants in. There have been only 15,000 paid subscribers plus another 12,500 iPad subscriptions to Murdoch's London Times.
More evidence of the corrupted major media's paid lying
Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter’s National Security Advisor, was on MSNBC’s The Morning Joe and let slip the M-word. That would be “malaise.” For those who lived through the Carter Years, all of the pain of 1977-80 came rushing back.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs fought it out with Michael Pento today about the reality of the current economic situation in the U.S. The fireworks start around 3:25, when Hobbs starts questioning...
I was advised off-air by the producer that they were operating under a corporate mandate to give the economic news a positive spin, irrespective of how bad it was." And now you know that watching stations like CNBC for anything more than just comedic
The latest evidence of how thoroughly devoted the American establishment media is to amplifying and serving (rather than checking) government officials. This new study examines how waterboarding has been discussed by America's four largest newspaper
Among the outlets who failed to uncover either of the two record negative stats are Barrons, Dow Jones, The Financial Times, Fox Business, The Los Angeles Times, and Marketwatch. This article has a complete breakdown of who hide this...
"Leadership panelists are not employees of The Post, nor are they paid by The Post. They are leadership experts from government, military, corporate and educational fields. Patricia’s bio was updated before she took on the advisory role to the White
"In defending herself and her compatriots in the press corps, against charges they are too chummy with the military, Logan wounded them grievously with mis-aimed friendly fire," McIntyre wrote on his blog. "She unfortunately reinforced the worst ster
Reporters, photographers, and videographers are forbidden from coming within 65 feet of any object or person that may have come in contact with oil from BP's "Macondo" well. With every passing day this region moves closer to martial law.
The US news media radically changed how it reported on the issue of waterboarding after it emerged that US forces had used the practice. The study also found a double standard when defining waterboarding, with news sources commonly referring to water
According to Hitwise's numbers, simply adding the registration barrier has cut traffic to the site almost in half. Prior to the change, The Times was seeing somewhere in the neighborhood of four to five percent of the traffic going to the print...
2 CNN contributors, Alex Castellanos and Hilary Rosen, and their work for BP. BP has retained the services of Rosen, a Democrat who heads the Washington office of the Brunswick Group, to help out with BP's lobbying and public relations offensive insi
#12 Why are scientists finding concentrations of methane at up to 10,000 times normal background levels in Gulf waters? #14 Why are so many Gulf oil spill disaster workers showing up at local hospitals complaining of a "mysterious illness"?
Must see Video. We weren't the only ones who thought Obama's big Oval Office speech about BP was a disaster. Even the liberal hosts of MSNBC Olbermann and Matthews thought it was terrible.
Last Friday Dr. Waterman's radio show was attacked and succesfully taken off the air by DDOS attacks. His program, "The Waterman Files" on Arugusoogradio.org was attacked and taken off air . . .Entered By: Doc Waterman
An increasing number of stories are also starting to circulate concerning deliberate attempts by both BP and government officials to block coverage of the damage and the clean-up attempts.
BP Blocking Media Access? Great interview from New Orleans TV station wdsu tv.