Could I have some news with my emotions, please?

Walter Cronkite unnerved a nation 56 years ago, by taking off his glasses. by Joe Ferullo edited by O Society July 15, 2019 https://youtu.be/6PXORQE5-CY The video seen by countless millions over the decades: Cronkite announces on live television in 1963 the death of President Kennedy. He stops for a moment, removes his glasses, composes himself and moves on. … Continue reading Could I have some news with my emotions, please?

What is FoxNews? Researchers Want to Know…

Cable News Station? Mainstream Media? Infotainment? State Propaganda? Comedy Channel? Low-hanging Fruit? by Jacob L. Nelson Columbia Journalism Review Jan 23, 2019 IN 2014, I BEGAN WORKING on an academic study that sought to determine whether conservatives and liberals exclusively got their news from ideologically aligned news organizations, or if they instead, hewed to a small number of … Continue reading What is FoxNews? Researchers Want to Know…

Families of Sandy Hook Victims Score Legal Victory Against Performance Artist Alex Jones and Infowars

Families of the Sandy Hook victims are suing Jones, saying he promoted lies about the school shooting to profit from their pain. By Claudia Koerner, BuzzFeed Jan 12, 2019 Alex Jones will have to turn over his tax returns, business plans, and marketing data in a lawsuit with families of Sandy Hook victims, who say … Continue reading Families of Sandy Hook Victims Score Legal Victory Against Performance Artist Alex Jones and Infowars

PolitiPorn: Our Most Unhealthy Addiction to this Vile Political Reality Show

It is fitting really, the fact we have a reality show clown as the titular head of our nation is a perfect encapsulation of our time. We have become a nation addicted on the pornography that is politics, the back and forth between team red and team blue in Washington DC has become our national … Continue reading PolitiPorn: Our Most Unhealthy Addiction to this Vile Political Reality Show