Media

Publish or Speech Perishes Publish or Speech Perishes

In the words of the old folk song, "When will they ever learn?" David Horowitz, former radical who these days is in the business of promoting (1) neoconservatism and (2) David ...

Apr 5, 2001 / Editorial / Victor Navasky

Pundits Who Predict the Future Are Always Wrong Pundits Who Predict the Future Are Always Wrong

A glance back to 1964 shows that predictions are always wrong and always political--and that the left's possibilities may be greater than they seem.

Apr 5, 2001 / Feature / Rick Perlstein

The Black Box The Black Box

OK, no Lifelines, no 50-50s, no Audience Participation if you want to be a millionaire: Name the first great African-American sitcom of the New Millennium... Correct! The 2000 pre...

Mar 30, 2001 / Books & the Arts / John Anderson

The Times v. Moyers The Times v. Moyers

On March 26, PBS carried something that has become increasingly rare in our media-besotted land: genuine journalism. The program was an explosive investigation by Bill Moyers and ...

Mar 30, 2001 / Editorial / The Editors

Times Letters Unfit to Print Times Letters Unfit to Print

Praising its coverage, not criticizing it, is the best route to getting published.

Mar 30, 2001 / Feature / Michael Massing

The Pardons & the Press The Pardons & the Press

The reporting was scandalous, too.

Mar 22, 2001 / Feature / Eric Boehlert

The Noise on I-40 The Noise on I-40

Drive across the United States, mostly on Interstate 40, and you have plenty of time to listen to the radio. Even more time than usual if, to take my own situation, you're ...

Mar 22, 2001 / Beat the Devil / Alexander Cockburn

Our Mobsters, Ourselves

Our Mobsters, Ourselves Our Mobsters, Ourselves

Why The Sopranos is therapeutic TV.

Mar 15, 2001 / Books & the Arts / Ellen Willis

Mangler-in-Chief Mangler-in-Chief

Last month, the Boston Globe broke the amazing news that President George W. Bush is rapidly becoming the Pericles of modern politics.

Mar 13, 2001 / Editorial / Ken Silverstein

Deconstructing the Election Deconstructing the Election

The history which bears and determines us has the form of a war rather than that of a language: relations of power, not relations of meaning.       ...

Mar 8, 2001 / Books & the Arts / Win McCormack

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