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Chris Hedges: The Myth of the Free Press

The mass media, as    wrote, exist primarily to help citizens feel they are successful and that they have met their aspirations even if they have not.

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Media Criticism

Who needs TTIP when you have the CIA? Channel 4 News - Wednesday 29 October 2014

I wish I’d saved yesterday’s blog title for today, but never mind, there’s plenty of dirt to go around. It’s a shame George Orwell and Adolf Hitler did such a good job documenting the subtleties of expert propaganda, it’s almost too easy these days. 424 more words

Google data collection worries Americans more than NSA

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Americans may not like the fact that the National Security Agency is collecting data on their phone calls and emails, but it turns out they are even more concerned over another surveillance threat: Google. 229 more words


Homeland S4E5: “It’s A Strange Game They’re Playing”

By Josh Logue 

It’s not easy to sit down and complain about the same TV show every week. Or very fun. It stops being fun pretty quickly in fact. 748 more words

Recaps & Roundtables

CIA Mouthpiece Lets Slip On Russian ‘Aggression’

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 29.10.2014 | 00:00

For months now, Western mass media have been in lockstep with the US State Department and the NATO military alliance, promulgating claims of Russian aggression in Ukraine and towards Europe generally. 1,658 more words


Day 1 - The Beginning

This is the first day I get to be a real CIA agent. I finished collage at the age of 16, majoring in criminal justice and minoring in crime scene investigation. 266 more words