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Chart of the day: Online video class divisions

From the Pew Research Center, a report on emerging distinctions in online video viewing, including online journalism reports. Click on the image to enlarge:

Culture

Being thoughtful with our language choices

Tori

Public health research utilizes a number of terms that may be confusing to those who aren’t familiar with the literature. These words can also be used as short-hand and, as a result, conflate or obscure the meaning originally intended by use of the term. 874 more words

Washington’s Corruption and Mendacity Is What Makes America “Exceptional”

Source: PaulCraigRoberts.org, by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

As I have reported on several occasions, the US government pays foreign rulers to do Washington’s bidding. There is no such thing as an independent government in the UK, Europe or Japan. 177 more words

Propaganda, Fraud, And Outright Lies

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New York Times excludes Asian-Americans from affirmative action study

The New York Times has published a study trying to assert that minorities are worse off without affirmative action.

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MSM

Democrats are opposed to the trade deal Barack Obama is pushing in Asia

 While there has been much talk about the civil war which is currently brewing in the Republican party Barack Obama seems to be quietly losing influence within his own party–to an extent. 379 more words

Politics

Three cheers for journalist Scott Bujnak!

Class war comes to othe newsroom, via Romenesko:

On April 7, I reported that Lee Enterprises CEO Mary Junck received a $700,000 bonus for simply refinancing the newspaper chain’s debt.

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Corpocracy

Press’ anti-gold scare tactics largely ineffective

Source: USAGold, by Michael J. Kosares

Under normal circumstances, I might let a rutty headline about gold in the Financial Times pass without much notice. I say “rutty” because the Financial Times has long been stuck in a rut as one of the principle apologists for Keynesian economics — big banks, big deficits, big governments and powerful central banks. 151 more words

Propaganda, Fraud, And Outright Lies