Our friend Michael Hiltzik has an excellent column on the ways that the media frames strikes in ways that prove to be employer propaganda. For another, the framing in the.
A decade ago, legacy publications got rid of their last full-time labor reporters and there was almost no labor coverage to be found except in small publications such as In.
Interesting discussion here about the vast decline in media consumption since the election, from the left to the right. Web traffic, social media engagement and app user sessions suggest that.
Rick Santorum can spew his racist nonsense about Native Americans in part because the major cultural institutions in the nation have not done anything to contribute to reminding the mass.
The Columbia Journalism Review and The Nation have a long essay on how the media has completely failed to cover climate change: Yet at a time when civilization is accelerating.
Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace is shown in this Oct. 19, 1964 photo speaking in Glen Burnie, Md. at a rally supporting Republican presidential candidate Sen..
In my new gig as a blogger for the International Observatory of Human Rights, I talk about the ways journalists, human rights workers, and humanitarians are turning to animation to.
Greg Sargent has been on a tear for the past forty-eight hours as he discusses the non-partisan media's inability to handle Trump. Yesterday, he wrote that: ... the Justice Department’s.