In today’s media climate, it’s much easier to smear critics of the push for war on Iran as “anti-Semites” than to deal honestly with the facts.
Hollywood didn’t do itself proud with the anti-piracy bills. But in their fervor to defeat them, the self-proclaimed defenders of Internet freedom got a lot of things wrong.
These new political monsters have let loose an avalanche of scorched-earth, negative campaign ads—and enriched TV stations in the process.
Five centuries of political pans by a lot of old masters and a few new ones, on exhibit at the Met.
Have copyright laws failed?
Once again, the MSM falls for the story of Saul Bellow's "former liberal" son, who specializes in publishing right-wing dreck.
Reporting on protests is no easy job—just ask the thirty-six reporters arrested while covering the Occupy movement. Do reporters have a right to gather the news?
Bans on recording devices and Internet access and other arbitrary rules are preventing the public from witnessing this historic trial.
That Friedman’s self-serving feints at the truth still earn him a place of high journalistic regard is a sad commentary on the profession.
“Christopher had a twenty-five-year adventure with The Nation that I hope was as rewarding for him as it was for us, despite the political collisions.”