Tag: mainstream media
The main difference: Unlike prison laborers, regular citizens have to be paid more than pittance wages.
Normally, there is at least the assumption, among professional journalists and readers alike, that the opinion pieces are held to some basic standard of factual accuracy.
With the Post’s prominence as a leading publication for political coverage, it’s no wonder Americans are resistant to the idea of defunding: The news they’re reading is telling them to resist it.
Election season is finally heating up again—which means it’s time for corporate media to get back to flogging their “move to the center” horse when covering Democrats.
Is this sending a message to would-be future attackers that there will be no consequences for their actions?
“Whether we’re talking about social advocacy groups or businesses, I’m finding that most messages these groups put out are in favor of climate action.”
The Times fully admits that this alleged hacking would not harm U.S. public health, but only the profits of U.S. pharmaceutical companies.
"Rather than marginalize self-interested voices and give prominence to expert voices, these papers did just the opposite."
“Remember, news is what the public does not know.”