Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Study Confirms Network Evening Newscasts Have Abandoned Policy Coverage For 2016 Campaign

It’s troubling that the networks have decided this year to walk away from their responsibility to help inform voters about key issues of public concern.

Actor Mark Ruffalo Joins Activists In ND To Protest Dakota Access Pipeline

Ruffalo opposes the DAPL and says Leonardo DiCaprio is likely to soon join him in North Dakota.

Josh Fox: Arrest of Journalists and Filmmakers Covering the Dakota Pipeline is a Threat...

“These people are not accessories to the crime, they are the media. This is a constitutionally protected activity.”

Wikileaks Podesta Emails: Clinton Conspires With Media Against Bernie Sanders

These emails reveal behind-the-scenes collaboration between the Clinton campaign and journalists that they were actively trying to keep secret.

The Crackdown on Dakota Access Pipeline Reporters Shows the Vital Role of Independent Media

These arrests have raised issues about the complex relationship between activism and journalism.

Tabloid Takedown of Bernie Sanders

What explains the unrepentant disdain the elite media cast on Sanders’ bold ideas and insurgent campaign? In short, class.

WikiLeaks’ 10 Most Damning Clinton Emails that Prove Mainstream Media is Scripted & Controlled

The reality revealed in these emails is one of media collusion with powerful interests, which only serve to keep the American people in the dark about what is actually transpiring.

On Strip Searches And Press Freedom In North Dakota

The free press should now focus a fierce spotlight on the standoff at Standing Rock - a critical front in the global struggle to combat global warming and fight for climate justice.

Meet the Two Journalists Facing Jail Time for Covering Pipeline Protests

Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman and documentarian Deia Schlosberg have been arrested for committing journalism.

Judge Dismisses Riot Charges Against Journalist Amy Goodman

“This is a complete vindication of my right as a journalist to cover the attack on the protesters, and of the public’s right to know what is happening with the Dakota Access pipeline.”