Friday, October 15, 2021

Tag: press

Memo to the press (or how to cover Trump without Trump...

Stop treating Trump’s tweets as news. They’re not news; they’re his gut feelings at the moment.

White House bans CNN reporter from press event for asking questions

“We stand in strong solidarity with CNN for the right to full access for our journalists as part of a free and unfettered press.”

To the press, after 18 months of Trump

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

Trump’s escalating assault on the press

Will news organizations be intimidated?

The press is essential, whether presidents like it or not

If you want to make journalism better, subscribe to your local paper.

Trump’s war on the courts, the press, and the states

Trump doesn’t want any resistance. He wants total control.

Trump’s plan to neuter the white house press corps, and neuter...

We’re in a new era, the reign of King Trump.

Trump’s attack on the freedom of the press

Historically, these 4 techniques have been used by demagogues to erode the freedom and independence of the press.

You Can’t Trust the (Corporate) Press

From operation mockingbird to wars based on official lies, you can't trust the corporate press. Democracy will only flourish when "the press can decide whether to print what it knows.”

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The general strike of 2021

Corporate America wants to frame this as a “labor shortage.” Wrong.

Big oil to testify before Congress, new report confirms

“What we need from the fossil fuel industry is complete cooperation with our investigation, so the American people can understand the role the industry played in fueling the climate crisis.”

The CIA’s illegal plots against Wikileaks and Julian Assange

There should be more sympathy for Assange and the outlet he founded in corporate media.

‘Striketober’ in full swing as nearly 100,000 workers authorize work stoppages

“You might say workers have declared a national general strike until they get better pay and improved working conditions,” said former Labor Secretary Robert Reich.

Senate to vote on the Freedom to Vote Act next week

“To pass meaningful legislation, we must put aside our differences and find the common ground within our party.”