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The other side of the Washingon Post’s Katharine Graham

Hollywood loves to make heroes of The Washington Post, whose sole owner is a CIA contractor, for the rare moments when it has seemingly stood up for journalism – while forgetting the blood-soaked cases of the… 990 more words

Media, Journalism & Disinformation

Quote of the Day 12-5-17 (Mark Twain?)

“History does note repeat itself, but it rhymes an awful lot.”

— often attributed to Mark Twain, mentioned (as a “timeworn truism”) by Norman Solomon in his well worth reading “The Ghost of Hubert Humphrey


Real Bird: Speaker Norman Solomon on War, Trump and the Media

Today in the Guthart Cultural Center Theater in the Axinn Library, we were joined by speaker Norman Solomon, an author, journalist, broadcaster, advocate and more. He spoke eloquently of the troubles we face as citizens when looking at war, the media, and how news is portrayed to us. 36 more words


David Swanson: The Case for Abolishing War + Transcript

by David Swanson
Writer, Dandelion Salad
Let’s Try Democracy
August 3, 2017

Remarks on August 3 at Democracy Convention in Minneapolis.

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