If the 9/11 conspiracy theories circulated by academics such as the University of Wisconsin’s Kevin Barrett sound familiar, it might be because they echo the themes heard on Al-Jazeera’s broadcasts.
Articles By: Cliff Kincaid
Two surprises: a university scientist who doesn’t buy into global warming hysteria and was quoted in USA Today.
If there is a rogue element in the CIA that is manipulating the press and the government behind the scenes, is this not a story that should be told? Those who run our journalism schools don’t seem to think so.
Cliff Kincaid, editor of Accuracy in Media’s AIM report, continues his analysis of a recent commencement address given by New York Times publisher, Arthur Sulzberger Jr. at the Stat University of New York at New Paltz.
NY Times publisher, Sulzberger delivered an odd address to the graduating students of SUNY New Paltz.
Some universities gift their best and brightest with copies of The New York Times but is the old Gray Lady any more reliable than the college newspaper?
A national uproar over an Arab company buying some port operations forced
cancellation of the deal but when a controversial Saudi Prince spends $40
million to promote himself and his views through two major universities and takes out a
two-page ad in the Washington Post highlighting his efforts, hardly anyone in
the media bats an eyelid.
IAEA’s call for a nuclear-free Middle East might sound good, but it is a trap.
A new Fox News journalist recently moderated a talk on NSA surveillance and promoted the idea that the wiretaps are actually being used to spy on Bush’s opposition.
In school reports and newspapers, hoaxes and fraud get treated like fact all too often.