John McCain is coming tomorrow and the GOP does not want me to ask him any questions. The GOP and Kelly Ayotte will have to stop threatening to arrest me when I show up to public functions where other media are involved, pure and simple.
|By: kingcast Friday October 1, 2010 5:31 pm|
|By: CherryTheTart Friday October 1, 2010 7:13 am|
I complain about the Huffington Post. Whine, whine, whine.
|By: Jim Moss Thursday September 9, 2010 7:30 pm|
At a recent conference, The New York Times‘ publisher and chairman Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., stated that he eventually expects the “Gray Lady” will no longer be a physical newspaper.
|By: RobertJensen Monday August 23, 2010 4:30 am|
In seven years of the deceptively named “Operation Iraqi Freedom” and nine years of “Operation Enduring Freedom” in Afghanistan, no member of the U.S. has been a hero.
|By: Derrick Crowe Sunday August 15, 2010 9:32 am|
General Petraeus’ media blitz is just getting started. We’ve got to push our media–hard–to ask real questions and prevent easily disproved spin from polluting the debate. Petraeus wants to change public opinion, and he’s spending your money to sell you a brutal, futile war that’s not making us safer. If you’re tired of this kind of manipulation, join the tens of thousands of other people working to end this war with Rethink Afghanistan.
|By: Rayne Saturday August 7, 2010 7:47 pm|
It’s easier, cheaper and faster for Politico and its contributors to make a couple of phone calls and gin up something inflammatory, rather than go through the exercise of calculating all total costs to stakeholders for this particular story.
In other words, hackery pays.
|By: johnstauber Thursday August 5, 2010 6:59 am|
FREE ORGANIC COMPOST for your garden in San Francisco! Come and get it! Except — it’s toxic sewage sludge from San Francisco and 8 other counties, “composted” at the Carlyle Group’s Synagro plant in Merced, contaminated with dioxins, flame retardants, and thousands of other chemical and biological contaminants. What goes down the drains ends up in the sludge, and then in your garden.
|By: David Swanson Tuesday July 27, 2010 5:23 am|
The Cleveland Plain Dealer is the latest in a series of major newspapers around the country that have announced a partnership with a group called PolitiFact which will aid them in the innovative practice of letting readers know whether statements made by politicians are true or not.