It’s a safe bet the U.S. would be a completely different country if separation of media and state and separation of corporation and state were enshrined like the separation of church and state is, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
Caitlin Johnstone: Bolton’s Prominence Proves Society Is Sick
Of all the appalling revisionist war-crime apologia spewed during the 20th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, the worst is an article in National Review by the genocide walrus himself.
Caitlin Johnstone: A Psyop Operator
The author finds herself getting attacked on Twitter for an article she wrote in 2018 about a CNN interview with a child about the Syrian war.
Caitlin Johnstone: CNN Snaps Up Congressional Hawk
The network wasted no time in recruiting former Rep. Adam Kinzinger — arguably the most egregious warmonger on Capitol Hill — to its punditry lineup.
Who Determines What’s ‘Disinformation’?
The powerful have reasons for wanting to combat what they consider to be “disinformation” — they want their version of the truth to become ours, writes Stavroula Pabst.
Caitlin Johnstone: US Military’s Tribute to CNN Reporter
It’s hard to imagine a more disgraceful way for a correspondent to retire than with a standing ovation at the Pentagon.
John Bolton Touts Experience as Coups D’État Planner
Social media was abuzz after the longtime Republican official’s exchange Tuesday with CNN host Jake Tapper.
Information Warfare From Pre-History to Ukraine
The Ukraine war is rife with information warfare from both sides, rising to a ubiquity and sophistication perhaps never seen before, says Joe Lauria.
Corporate Media’s War-Industry Pundits
Analyzing a range of TV news outlets, journalists at The Lever found viewers are often not informed when hawkish “experts” on Ukraine are employed by the weapons industry.
Chris Hedges: Let Us Now Praise Amazon Unionists
We must not underestimate this victory. It is only by rebuilding unions and carrying out strikes that we will halt the downward spiral of the working class.