Asian Americans on Television — The underrepresentation is bad enough without white performers exploiting racist ideas about Asian culture.
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Washington Post CIA Ties — The recent purchase of the Post by Jeff Bezos forms a new structural bridge between the media industry and the surveillance/warfare state.
Corporate Advertising — The best ethical response by online publishers would be to draw a bright line around all “branded content”.
Iraq Invasion –The Establishment press has become comfortable with conceding the Iraq war was a spectacular waste of lives and money.
Ralph Nader Hypocrite — Without Nader, there’d have been no President George W. Without George W., no war in Iraq.
Defend Free Speech — I defend Sara Palin’s right to use her random thesaurus generator app to create fake controversies.
Forrest Woolman:Progressive Radio –and focusing solely on conservative radio because that’s where the listeners are. Right? Wrong.
Jeremy Adam Smith: Many terrible things happened in 2013. But concealed within each awful event was at least some kernel of courage or grace.
Duck Dynasty — Just making up crap and attributing it to the Bible doesn’t make it about Christianity.
MoveOn Obama — When it comes to the ongoing militarism of the Obama White House, the New York Times puts MoveOn.org to shame.
Public Airwaves Myth — The major political struggle is not between Left and Right but between top and bottom
Amazon CIA Contract — The owner of the Washington Post is now doing big business with the Central Intelligence Agency.
Tech World — I challenge anyone to offer evidence that San Francisco’s tech sector is more hostile to homeless people.