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December 10, 2021
Systemic Sadism at the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office
As the trial begins today of one officer accused of beating a man to death for the “crime” of driving his own car, a new PBS documentary flips the script on a department lionized by
May 4, 2021
The Right-Wing Outrage Cycle
By the time the lie has been debunked, it’s too late.
August 4, 2020
Not All Presidential Liars Are Created Equal
What are the dangers of allowing Trump to dominate US political culture?
June 8, 2020
America Is Fracturing—and So Is ‘The New York Times’
In the current crisis, the stakes are too high to chase clickbait.
June 5, 2020
Tom Cotton Is Preparing to Be Trump 2.0
The Arkansas senator is a master of trolling the media and could unite the Republican Party. That would make him much more dangerous than Trump.
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May 15, 2020
The Virus, the Press, and the Comfortable Class
Liberal and conservative elites aren’t grappling with the pandemic’s toll on working-class people—and the impossible choices they’re forced to make.
May 13, 2020
The Covid-19 Stimulus Debate Is a Pivotal Climate Story
US coronavirus stimulus measures can help prevent the world from doubling down on another mass-casualty event: climate change.
May 12, 2020
The Media Is ‘Both-Sides’-ing the Coronavirus Disaster
Should we ask a coronavirus particle how to get rid of it?
April 29, 2020
CNN’s Exceptional Climate Journalism Achievement
Human stories, robust science, and calling out corporate villains makes
The Road to Change
a must-see tour de force.
April 8, 2020
Silence of the Climate Watchdogs
Fixated on the coronavirus, many newsrooms are missing brazen assaults on a livable climate.