In 2017, we examined CNN and Democracy Now!’s coverage of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests at Standing Rock, North Dakota, to understand how the market orientation of two news organizations influenced the production and distribution of their protest coverage.
Money should go to the local independent news outlets the digital giant has hurt worst
Institutions with more wealth than many nations have no excuse for inaction during a pandemic
Government bailouts for the wealthy and crumbs for the masses aren’t going to save our society
Faith-Based Organizations Should Consider Modifying Certain Practices to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19
Because no one should have to go through the health care debacle my family just did
[T]here was no mention of global warming or climate change anywhere in the article. An unconscionable omission by the Globe at the start of a new geological age experts are now calling the Anthropocene... whether it was the fault of the reporters or their editors.
A brief defense of AOC’s critique of billionaires
Massachusetts as a failed state, Boston as a failed city?
In the media organizations I help run, at least, we allow people with socialist positions a fair hearing. Understanding that socialism is supported by major political parties and movements the world over, has much to recommend it, and offers tried and true solutions to problems that capitalism can’t fix—because capitalism has caused most of the problems in question.