The Fox News host paid the price because he tried the impossible — straddling the divide between corporate media and critical journalism, writes Jonathan Cook.
Western Media’s Peculiar Incuriosity About Nord Stream
Seymour Hersh’s investigation is filled with details that could be checked — and verified or rebutted — if anyone wished to do so, writes Jonathan Cook.
WATCH: John Pilger’s Guide to Propaganda
Journalist, author and filmmaker John Pilger, who has spent decades studying governments’ nefariousness, tells Katie Halper how to spot propaganda.
Caitlin Johnstone: Biden DOJ Indicts Four Americans for ‘Weaponized’ Free Speech
U.S. citizens are being prosecuted for speech and political activities that don’t align with the wishes of the government.
British Media’s Deception on ‘Disinformation’
The British public is being misinformed about the U.K. government’s role in shaping coverage of global events such as the war in Ukraine, John McEvoy and Mark Curtis report.
The Espionage Act & the 4th Year of Assange’s Arrest
If Julian Assange is extradited he will face prosecution under a severe espionage law with roots in the British Official Secrets Act that is part of a history of repression of press freedom, reports Joe Lauria.
The Sound of the New War Drum Goes Tik-Tok
Privacy concerns are being used to wage war on China, say writers from CODEPINK. The U.S. should focus on passing federal data privacy laws instead of targeting one app.
DIANA JOHNSTONE: Germans Down & Russians Out
On the purpose of NATO: “To keep the Americans in, the Russians out, and the Germans down” — saying attributed to Lord Hastings Ismay, the secretary general of NATO 1952-1957.
Guardian Columnist’s Latest Attack on ‘Heretics’
George Monbiot has been regularly smearing icons of the progressive left, writes Jonathan Cook. Now, it seems, it is comedian Russell Brand’s turn to come under his scalpel.
High Court Declines Arkansas Case on Boycotting Israel
Marjorie Cohn covers the Supreme Court decision to let the state’s anti-BDS law stand — and ignore legal precedent protecting the right to boycott under the First Amendment.