Thursday, May 23, 2019

Tag: news

Trump’s Supreme Court strikes blow to government workers, good paying jobs

“This is a concerted, corporate-funded effort to get rid of public employee unions."

Faulty intelligence? The curious case of the murdered journalist who wasn’t

There is no question that journalists in Russia (and, for that matter, Ukraine) are under threat.

To the press, after 18 months of Trump

Don’t let him rattle you. Maintain your dignity, confidence, and courage.

Fox News reportedly having difficulty selling ads for Sean Hannity and...

Fox News’ business model is not sustainable.

Study finds 5,000 people may have died from Hurricane Maria in...

Cable news covered Roseanne for over 10 hours. They covered Hurricane Maria's death toll in Puerto Rico for just over 30 minutes.

Massive broadcast merger between Sinclair, Tribune has many worried about propaganda

The Sinclair-Tribune merger would bypass the congressional cap set at 39 percent, but because of an FCC loophole, only a portion of Sinclair’s current stations are considered in the count.

There’s fake news on your television, too

There’s fake news on your television, too. And there’s about to be more of it, unless something is done to stop an upcoming merger.

On seeing America’s wars whole

Crudely put, the central question that goes not only unanswered, but unasked is this: What the hell is going on?

The empty piety of the American Press

Corporations that own the press look at news as a revenue stream. Journalism is irrelevant.

University of Oxford study concludes Trump’s supporters share widest range of...

A new study concluded that "junk political news and information was concentrated among Trump's supports," which was "mapped from public Twitter and Facebook data."

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American corporations are helping fund the war on women

These corporations say they are all for gender equality but their political contributions say otherwise.

‘The time is now:’ Over 200 economists send a letter to Congress endorsing Medicare...

"We encourage Congress to move forward with implementing a public financed Medicare for All plan to achieve the equitable and affordable universal health care system that the American people need."

Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $25M in baby powder cancer verdict

According to Judge Manuel Mendez, who is presiding over the trial, Johnson & Johnson placed “corporate profits and reputation over the health and safety of consumers.”

This is how Republics die

"America will not 'bounce back' from the Trump presidency when it ends, and may lose all ability to recover at all if that presidency lasts six rather than two more years."

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