Tag: corporate media
Maybe you don’t want to call it class war. But whatever you call it, the system always makes a killing.
In recent reports regarding the Bay of Pigs–style invasion, the term “mercenary” was accompanied by scare quotes, as if these men could only be seen that way from the perspective of an Official U.S. Enemy.
Corporate media and powerful Democrats are eager to portray the 2020 Democratic presidential race as a thing of the past. But progressive activists have some very different ideas.
It’s clear that the American system of making health insurance a privilege only for those who work—or for those poor and old enough to qualify for Medicaid and Medicare—has made the U.S. especially vulnerable to Covid-19.
It’s so vital to provide accurate information, particularly about the outbreak’s growth, and especially when you are an outlet that officials and opinion-shapers are likely to look to for guidance when making decisions and recommendations about the drastic measures needed to halt the coronavirus.
Corporate media are doing their best to smear the progressive candidate that threatens their own business interests.
And that is a complete misunderstanding of the actual sociology of America.
"...I don’t think any person in American history has ever spent more money cultivating an image in the public of himself as has Michael Bloomberg."
"Why is this so hard for people to see?"