A case study of past 9/11 news coverage reveals a press corp stuck in its ways, bound to casting leaders as heroes despite their faults and drawing false equivalencies that fail the public.
Even when the facts are clear, even when one side is clearly lying, even when the science and truth are obvious, mainstream media still fails to call it like it is.
Some of America’s top-tier journalists have withheld information ahead of their book releases—prioritizing sales over public good. And when they do, nobody wins.
Death does not absolve the hate-mongering radio blowhard, who set the stage for Trumpism. And the media has to stop recasting the bigot as a “provocateur” and “personality.”
If the Senate votes to impeach, prepare for Republicans to unrelentingly scrutinize and block every Democratic lawmaker and policy in an attempt to win back their party. Will the press wise up?
The redemption economy is gearing up for the Trump orbit but we can't let any of them rewrite their villainous histories.
One election doesn’t erase the past four scarring, traumatic, exhausting years. But embracing the joy of the present moment can renew our collective strength to keep fighting
Women have always led the fight against gender oppression. So why are we being blamed for not doing enough?
The millions of dollars paid in hush money or severance packages to make up for the bad behavior of a few men could have single-handedly given the ailing media industry a boost.
With both parties in a state of disunion and disrepair, it's hard to have faith that Americans can emerge from this unscathed. Or at all.