Somewhat surprising, the results of candidates mentioned most by the media tracked fairly closely with candidates’ positions in the polls.
The corporate media never tells the story first and foremost from the side of humanity. How it affects the business class is always underlining.
What the Venezuelan People need is for the United States to lift sanctions which disproportionately harms the poor.
Just hours after news of the Afghanistan framework deal broke, corporate media jumped to sound the alarm, urging the US to maintain its occupation.
Once again the United States is intervening in a Latin American country ill-advisedly. Unfortunately the mainstream media is misinforming Americans.
Few freshman members of Congress cause as much of a stir as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has. And there is a very important reason why.
Marijuana legalization has always had its opponents—including the alcohol lobby, which wants to protect its monopoly on legal intoxicants, and the prison/industrial complex,
Latin America’s two newest heads of state are representative of the two paths available to the world at the present time: go right and appeal to nationalist authoritarianism, or go left and create a fairer, more equitable society.
Carlson has used Tucker Carlson Tonight, with its average audience of nearly 3 million people, to stoke white grievance, with segments like “Why It’s Popular to Slam White People.”
NPR’s infomercial for Amazon on its networks shows the corrosive nature of laying in bed with one’s corporate sponsor. It harms credibility.