Media, politics and culture.
A 2011 file photo of David Koch, executive vice president of Koch Industries (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
And then another documentary realating to the Kochs ran into trouble and lost funding.
Gibney is the Academy Award–winning director whose WikiLeaks film opens this Friday.
Richard Nixon says goodbye to staff after resigning on August 9, 1974. (AP Photo.)
The third related to his rejection of subpoenas and other requests for evidence.
Musical soundtrack here, courtesy of Phil Ochs.
Read Greg Mitchell on the DOJ seizure of AP staff’s phone records.
Attorney General Eric Holder speaks about a strategy to fight cyberstealing in February. AP has protested the seizure of its phone records in a letter to Holder. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin.)
Pruitt (who I met several times a few years back when he headed McClatchy), wrote:
Glenn Greenwald speaks at the University of Arizona. (Gage Skidmore, Flickr CC 2.0.)
A Titan II ICBM in an underground silo. (Steve Jurvetson/Flickr, CC 2.0.)
A Syrian rebel stands atop rubble outside Damascus. (Reuters/Ahmed Jadallah.)
New York Times columnist Bill Keller has now called for the United States to launch missiles at Syrian government installations. (Reuters/Phil McCarten.)
Now, after this weekend’s Israeli warplane assaults, the threat grows even more dire.
Much more in my book.
A drone flies above Kandahar, Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesorth, File.)
To give you some of the flavor, here are a few of his ten reflections:
Our interview follows.
And we don’t seem worried that drones can be turned on us.
Why such weak coverage of the attacks themselves? Hard to get to the scene?
You’ve made connections to capital punishment in the US.
Apart from news coverage, what about media commentary pieces?
So should all use of drones be banned?
George W. Bush declares the end of major combat operations in Iraq aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite.)
Nowhere can we see this more clearly than in the media coverage of the event.