The main perpetrators and beneficiaries of systemic racism include powerful corporations that sponsor news outlets that have aimed a bright spotlight at this killer cop.
All too often, words such as “divisive,” “contentious” or “controversial” are used merely as media codewords meaning “ideas unpopular with the ruling elite”—what FAIR calls “not journalistically viable.”
In education policymaking in Washington, D.C., the “bean counters” are still in charge.
A national government that represents corporations and routinely lies to its voters needs Silicon Valley and the corporate press to maintain a stranglehold over the dissemination of information.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's decade in office has been marked by resisting taxation of the wealthy and an adversarial stance against public sector labor unions.
Have the Four Horsemen of our media apocalypse—Rush Limbaugh, Roger Ailes, Rupert Murdoch, and Donald Trump—ridden roughshod over us this past half-century?
A relatively new medium was harnessed to inject hateful ideas into American society for political gain.
“Responsibility for this act of sedition lies squarely with the president, who has shown that his continued tenure in office poses a grave threat to U.S. democracy.”
Journalists and those who hold their purse-strings will have to find a new enemy if they wish to keep their increased ratings – and maybe even their reputation of being a critical eye – intact when Biden becomes president in January.
For the last decade, stories produced and amplified by the democratized media have put the power structure at risk.