DSA-Endorsed Judge’s Bail Reforms Prompt Media Attack

The media's function as PR surrogate for police marked a Pittsburgh CBS affiliate's hit piece on reformer Judge Mik Pappas.

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Vox’s US Government-Linked Experts Present Options for Korea: Sanctions or War

Vox's array of US government-linked talking heads insist the only options in Korea are devastating sanctions or apocalyptic war.

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WSJ’s Epic Distortion of Colombian and Venezuelan Refugees

In reporting that Venezuelan migrants "Echo Syrians to Europe," the Wall Street Journal picked the wrong country to compare to Syria.

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Media Ignoring Puerto Rico’s ‘Shock Doctrine’ Makeover

Focused on the administration’s woeful hurricane response, media have barely noticed the radical political transformation of Puerto Rico.

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Christine Hong on North Korean Peace Threat, Lee Fang on Opioid Lobby

How do corporate media go from raising alarms about North Korea's warmongering to raise alarms about North Korea's peacemongering?

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US ‘Stumbled Into Torture,’ Says NYT Reporter

An essay by New York Times reporter Scott Shane confident attributes benevolent motives to US foreign policy.

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‘You Have to Have Journalists Who Are Committed to Getting at the Truth’

"Their careers were not well-served by trying to maintain the high standards of journalism—that is, really seeking the truth."

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US Media Turn to ‘Superhero’ Pence to Combat Korean Olympic Peace Threat

Is there a better example of cognitive dissonance than calling Mike Pence a “superhero” in an article about the dangers of propaganda?

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‘There’s an Alternative to the Top-Down Capitalist Corporation’

"The people making the decisions...make them in their own interest, and the rest of us have to borrow money to send our kids to college."

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