As the one-time corporate behemoth slinks away from the chaos it created in the Bay State (yet again)
While my DigBoston and BINJ colleagues and I do occasionally skewer the Boston Globe ...
Mass rideshare, delivery, and real estate industries gearing up propaganda campaigns to convince working people to vote against our own interests
A brief defense of AOC’s critique of billionaires
In the 2020 election, working voters need to focus on candidates’ platforms… and actions
Many people have taken to loudly bemoaning the supposedly sudden arrival of “fake news” since the 2016 presidential election… while becoming belatedly aware of the accompanying slow decline of print newspapers that are—whatever else one might say ... read more
Some of the many details the corporate media isn’t telling you.
News Corp succeeds in pulling public discourse far to the right in the absence of major outlets willing to confront them when it matters most.
Images by Chris Faraone unless otherwise noted
First some disclaimers for positive measure …
This post is not intended to suggest or imply either bonds or divisions between movements or organizations. Members of some groups we included may have ideological differences with ... read more
It’s a teenager’s guide to propaganda and revolution, but for those who are familiar with these narratives, its lesson feels heavy-handed, like a fictional—but not exactly literary—application written specifically for a history book.