Holt did what Matt Lauer wouldn’t.
The War on Terror is not a war unto itself; it is just one facet of the larger agenda of perpetual war that this government, filled with bloodthirsty war hawks, has conducted for far too long.
We will fight this charge. Freedom of the press is essential to the functioning of a democratic society. North Dakota, muzzle the dogs, not the press.
NBC host didn’t challenge Trump’s false claims about Iraq and Libya.
It was a low, wretched performance, by the network and both candidates, full of fluff and posturing and Alice in Wonderland statements of policy along with an almost complete derogation of authority by the anchors.
Companies which signed the environmental pact and then gave political donations to climate deniers are PepsiCo, Dupont, Mondelez, Google, AT&T, Verizon and GE.
When asked if Ailes would be contributing a portion of the $20 million settlement, his lawyer, Susan Estrich, told The New York Times, “Mr. Ailes is not contributing anything.”
Wallace says he is “proud to be a representative of Fox” and believes his selection will help fight the belief that Fox is a “right-wing network” that “favors Republicans.”
There has been extensive national debates over Kaepernick’s actions in the past week, and the quarterback has been working to get the conversation back on track.
Fortunately, there are those -- who receive very little high-profile media ink -- that challenge the purpose and priorities of our twinned economic and physical wars. But they deserve allies in media – who don’t just seek to promote the lesser evil – but a world worthy of our humanity and of our potential.