In the patriotic blindness that swarmed the nation following 9/11, maybe - MAYBE - backing the Bush administration and repeating their utterly false claims about Saddam and his WMD program were understandable.
Reporters seek out stories about government saving the day
But television remains the most used news provider
While those in the financial industry who are forced to make profits by trading other people's money (note: never their own) enjoy CNBC for the comedic content and the endless barrage of humorous propaganda...
In a press release, the partners called it a "research initiative" and said they will share data with the Federal Aviation Authority "as it considers regulations that will allow for the safe and effective operation of UAVs by media outlets."
"You can't be here," a Border Patrol agent said. After learning that he was speaking with Breitbart Texas, the agent repeated his assertion and stated, "It isn't safe for you here." The agent refused to give his name and then grabbed
Americans' faith in each of three major news media platforms -- television news, newspapers, and news on the Internet -- is at or tied with record lows in Gallup's long-standing confidence in institutions trend.
Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) is raging mad at MSNBC host Chuck Todd, who was reportedly caught joking about McCain having "heart palpitations" upon discovering that former Gen. David Petraeus opposed further intervention in Iraq.
A remote section of the U.S.-Mexico border near the Anzalduas International Bridge is one of the few places where media can witness and record the mass crossings of minors coming from Central America. The U.S. Border Patrol is now restricting journal
Public confidence in television news is at an all-time low, according to a survey released today by Gallup.
Infowars has released our latest video montage using the 70′s film Network. Please spread this video far and wide. (Publisher: Are we there yet?)
Why not? Was doing some research about these Jihadi guys and thought this video was a real eye opener. What is the difference between mujahedeens and Al Queda?
The corporate media in the United States is now calling for re-intervention in Iraq following the success of a former al-Qaeda affiliate in taking over the northwestern part of the country. CNN, forever a trusty asset of the Pentagon ...
Back in 1983, approximately 50 corporations controlled the vast majority of all news media in the United States. Today, ownership of the news media has been concentrated in the hands of just six incredibly powerful media corporations.
Since reading about the history of subliminal methods of media propaganda and its use in foreign newspapers by the CIA in the 70's and 80s*, I have started noticing its covert employment here in the US particularly with Headlines.
The spineless weasels of the U.S. Supreme Court have declined to hear reporter James Risen's case expressing his right to protect a confidential source. The Obama DOJ wants to force Risen to reveal sources for his 2006 book
About three weeks ago Russian America TV news had a video report from one of the major cities of about a million people in New Russia [formerly eastern Ukraine].
A Nakba Day Play with very amateur actors. Action! No, no, no - if you are going to fake an injury for the media, don't make it a leg injury! Cut! Take two! Send the ambulances back to their starting position!
Make no mistake, Fox News is still the ratings king.
There was much said in last week's primetime interview between Edward Snowden and NBC's Brian Williams.
Univision/Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos, branding him as one of the most confrontational newsmen out there these days, on the heels of his confronting John Boehner over immigration reform. And it’s that very issue where Ramos
Fox News anchor Greg Jarrett was arrested Wednesday afternoon in a Minneapolis airport bar, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
The Main Stream media interpretation of the Watergate episode is a fantastic and grotesque distortion of historical truth.
Media Coverage of Billboards
How a single (Israeli) "settlement" apartment can be counted EIGHT TIMES by the media
Shane is the director of the American Academy for Constitutional Education, an adjunct professor of constitutional and criminal law, a certified NRA firearms instructor, and former Prosecutor.
Ratings at CNN, MSNBC and Fox News have all been plummeting in recent years, and newspaper ad revenues are about a third of what they were back in the year 2000.