The Wall Street elite seems completely befuddled by the Occupy Wall Street movement. The demonstrators are called "unsophisticated," or misguided, or much worse. Here's a short note to the titans of Wall Street to help them understand what's happening.
The media is having a field day portraying the Occupy Wall Street protesters as a bunch of "dirty hippies." It's the conservative news outlet's count...
The Wall Street Journal last week performed its usual disservice by publishing an extremely misleading opinion piece on climate change. That column is not merely an opinion piece. It is part of that paper's steady drumbeat of opposition to action on climate change.
Poor Roger Ailes. He wants to play kingmaker, he's just having trouble finding a viable king.
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Similar to the criteria used by other list makers, I chose my candidates from around the world and from all walks of life. The list includes, politicians, activists, business giants and more.
After Obama was elected, Deb (movie title & print designer extraordinaire, my co-conspirator and wife) & I thought we were experiencing a little shift...
Does the media have responsibilities? When people are in positions of power or influence over others, is there an inherent obligation to tell the truth?
At this point the level of criminal activity and cover-up at News Corp exceeds anything seen in recent history. And all signs continue to point to a need to replace Joel Klein with an independent entity that can conduct a thorough and unbiased internal investigation.
What makes James Desborough's arrest especially nerve-wracking for News Corp. is the fact that shortly after the activities that he was arrested for took place in England, he moved to Los Angeles to become U.S. Editor for that same Murdoch newspaper.
As more revelations start to come out about how widespread wiretapping practices have been at News Corp, we need to continue rigorous examination into where journalistic standards have not been upheld, and what can be done to stop News Corp's spread of ethicless action.
Listening to the former N.Y. mayor yammer on about the president (always wrong) and the candidates for the GOP nomination (all great), it did feel like the next stop was Donald Trump and reality TV.
Unlike many in the Tea Party, President Obama does not want to privatize schools. But, the president has essentially privatized educational policy.
Are we still talking about this whole phone-hacking scandal at News Corp.? Profits are up at News Corp. And, as Rupert Murdoch assured investors yesterday, "There can be no doubt about our commitment to ethics and integrity."
Do you really welcome and enjoy the emotional, metaphorical or actual wounding and bleeding of a fellow human as tabloids claim you do?
It seemed time to re-imagine some marketing spin regarding everyone's favorite go-to network for fine reporting. And here it is.