Hungary's recently elected right-wing government has introduced a law demanding -- under threat of fines and even shut-down -- that news sources be "fair and balanced," to borrow a phrase from a US news network. The move has critics fearing that it c
Although this report is over 2 years old, it shows that this is a growing trend that is NOT an anomoly here and there, but going on everywhere, and has been for some time.
Charlie Gasparino: Jack Welch warned me about doing market moving stories, "You are going to get your brains blown out"
Righthaven, the Las Vegas copyright troll formed this spring, has moved beyond lawsuits over newspaper articles and begun targeting websites for the unauthorized reposting of images.
Judge Andrew Napolitano's and John Stossel's Fox Business Network TV programs are quite unprecedented in their principled libertarian commentaries.
Who is and is not a journalist? In a hyper-connected age where anyone and everyone can become a publisher in seconds, the word's definition seems increasingly intangible. The US State Department appears to have crossed that very muddy line with its c
At its core, the Wikileaks controversy serves as a diversion from the real issue of what our foreign policy should be. But the mainstream media, along with neoconservatives from both parties, insists on asking the wrong questions. When presented with
This isn't a movie critique. It is the Washington Post having apoplectic fits on their editorial page because a Hollywood movie shows what the Washington Post covered up...treason by the Vice President of the United States.
Both Google and its subsidiary company You Tube have banned Alex Jones and his websites, as attempts to curtail free speech widen.
Billionaire Richard Branson is expected to announce that Virgin will launch an iPad magazine on November 30th.
Jon Stewart sat down with Rachel Maddow for a lengthy taped interview that wound up filling the entirety of "The Rachel Maddow Show" Thursday night on MSNBC.
Grijalva appeared on Olbermann's "Countdown" on Oct. 28, the same day the host donated to his campaign.
Broder's reputation is overblown and undeserved
Project Censored's top sanitized or suppressed stories
Rupert Murdoch Admits He Tried to Shape Public Opinion on the Iraq War during an otherwise smug and elitist conversation at the DAVOS WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM which took place in January 2007. Murdoch met in forum with host Charlie Rose, Israeli Vice
A plane crash in Africa may give new meaning to the term, "snakes on a plane."
Harper’s radical-right clique has launched a full scale assault on our democracy – forcing out top civil servants for refusing to be politicized, controlling press access to government like never before, even shutting down our Parliament when it suit
Am I demonstrating the absurd by being absurd? This headline, merely a play on words, is borrowed from the recent article, "The Secret World of Extreme Militias" by Barton Gellman of Time Magazine. Is Gellman himself a "Media Lone Wolf?"
GLENN BECK TAKES A MEDICAL: Problems with vocal chords; losing feeling in hands, feet; unclear if there is connection to eye issues... Developing...
Olde Media Bias is pretty Widespread these days, as most seek to keep the Public in the dark as to their choices of leadership, maybe this will signal a new trend...
Sanchez called out Comedy Central host Jon Stewart as a "bigot" for mocking him, and complained that Jews — like Stewart — don't face discrimination. He also suggested that CNN, and perhaps the media industry more broadly, is run by Jews and elitists
CNN fired Rick Sanchez after he went on a tirade during a radio interview calling Jon Stewart a “bigot” and accusing the "elite, Northeast establishment liberals” of labeling him as “second-tier” because of his Cuban-American background,...
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- For the fourth straight year, the majority of Americans say they have little or no trust in the mass media to report the news fully, accurately, and fairly. 57% now say this.
In 2007, Ware was with a group of US soldiers in a remote village in Iraq under the control of al Qaeda militants. There was a teenage boy in the street carrying a weapon for protection. "(The boy) approached the house we were in and the (US) soldier
"...just get over it," Mr Stewart said... "People do this stuff all the time and if people get really upset about this then they're taking it far too seriously."
Officials will ban alcohol consumption in the Guantanamo media operation center, calling it a "place to conduct business," but a tent with "a large refrigerator, chairs and TV as a social area" will be designated for journalists to store alcohol.
Did you see any? I found two instances of burning (one AT Ground Zero!), and one of pages torn out at the White House.
Free Talk Live is a self-syndicated talk show devoted to liberty and freedom. Owner/Hosts Ian Freeman and Mark Edge might quibble with this, but we’ll call it a libertarian program. The weeknight and Saturday night versions of FTL are currently hear
The makeover outlined Thursday will result in about 130 layoffs this fall, USA Today Publisher Dave Hunke told The Associated Press. That translates into a 9 percent reduction in USA Today's work force of 1,500 employees. Hunke didn't specify which d
Fox News is either evil or stupid for not mentioning that Alwaleed bin Talal is News Corp.'s largest shareholder. (09:39)