Thanks to the potty-mouths of Bush and Cheney, we've won the right to accidentally curse on the public airwaves. Now, what about all the networks' intentional antisocial behavior?
The Philadelphia Inquirer is planning to run an editorial column
sponsored by Citizens Bank. What's next--the Phillip Morris
column on health issues?
Progressives need to take on Fox News's ugly propaganda.
The media's superficial coverage of Don Imus avoids important questions
about free speech and race.
The fact that the media is astonished that the Rutgers athletes are articulate and smart is a tragedy.
Cutbacks and a penchant for profits and happy news hid the plight of wounded soldiers.
The media have fashioned an impossible portrait of Barack Obama: an American cleansed of the baggage of racism and slavery.
Media frenzy to the contrary, a warm winter doesn't point to the end of the world--scientific evidence does.
The New York Times's credulous reporting of flimsy "evidence" regarding Iranian weapons in Iraq is enabling Bush's anti-Iran propaganda drive.
Hugo Chávez's critics may mock his ideas of twenty-first-century socialism as empty rhetoric. But maybe it's magical realism--still a fiction, but one to be nourished as a realizable ideal.