The media has a responsibility to be diligent in providing fact-based reporting instead of being colored by the economics of businesses.
We’re hearing talk about a new respect for retail workers during coronavirus crisis. It won’t mean much if it doesn’t come with actual interrogation of their bosses.
No more important question in coronavirus crisis than how to get off the path led by Italy and onto the track of countries like Singapore.
Has the Sander’s Progressive revolution stalled? The media are singularly focused on making that fallacy a reality. We fight harder.
All claim to morality is lost when one is more concerned about the Stock Market Plunge over the possibility of an ever-growing coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus will be life-changing for many. It is not helpful that the level of incompetence in the White House presents a clear & present danger.
They are building the genesis for the pitchforks coming for the Elites, the 1%, and their enablers. They are really that blind.
The reality is that stopping Bernie Sanders at this point means dismantling a well-organized, enthusiastic mass movement.
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg is at about 14%. But inconvenient data never stopped anxious members of the media from inflating their preferred candidates’ standing.
It is clear for the mainstream media that they are not reporting the Democratic Primaries. They are trying to mold it. Bernie’s wins are losses?