Seizing the occasion of NPR firing Juan — but I’m so perfect to fill that slot on Fox All Stars — Williams, the entire Republican Wurlitzer is calling on Congress to defund the evil NPR, and while they’re at it, why not just take out the last vestiges of public funding for public radio and television, the perceived bastion of liberal –by which they mean rational, non-Christian– journalism.
|By: Scarecrow Friday October 22, 2010 11:20 am|
|By: Leo W. Gerard Tuesday August 10, 2010 9:13 am|
Two Chinese companies have agreed to manufacture in America, instead of in China, a significant portion of the wind turbines needed for a Texas wind farm. The deal is a result of white collar Chinese executives negotiating with blue collar union officers to create green collar jobs in the U.S. The agreement defies stereotypes about unions as constantly combative, excessively expensive and environmentally challenged. The United Steelworkers union, which struck the deal, has a track record of engaging with enlightened CEOs for mutual benefit. It has a long green history. And it has worked to return off-shored jobs to the U.S.
|By: Tony Collings Wednesday June 23, 2010 6:27 am|
More important than Gen. McChrystal’s fate is the fate of the whole war policy. We need good journalism to tell us more what is really happening.
|By: Robert Naiman Thursday June 17, 2010 6:45 am|
We rarely discuss the fact that there are places in the world
that are actual U.S. colonies. Still less do we consider whether we
are complying with our international obligations to respect the right
of self-determination for colonized peoples, and if we are not, what
we could do to change that.
A small corrective is being offered as part of Asian Pacific Heritage
Month by PBS, which is webcasting Vanessa Warheit’s documentary, “The
Insular Empire: America in the Mariana Islands” until next Sunday,
|By: Neil Tuesday February 10, 2009 6:07 am|
Republicans, in spite of demanding and receiving concessions including $400 billion in tax cuts and a reduction of recovery spending by $100 Billion, are still working actively to defeat the bill.
|By: Elliott Sunday November 9, 2008 4:13 pm|
PBS’ Independent Lens premieres Lioness this week. The story of the women who found themselves on the front line in Iraq.