Environmentalist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was recently paid $20,000 by Virginia Tech to tell the students that there aren’t two sides to the global warming debate and that the problem with the media today is that we don’t have a fairness doctrine.
Articles By: Cliff Kincaid
What made the Bush Administration think that they would find an employee of the month in the Ivy Leagues?
Security risk at New York Times finds audience at Brown.
Find out why Alberto Fernandez might be the only Bush Administration official welcome on any college campus.
The “classic text on the mass media” claims that Accuracy in Media was founded in the 1980, when the organization was already more than a decade old.
Stories about the controversy over the Pope’s remarks on Islam have featured the views of Sheik Yusuf Qaradawi, who has a regular show on the Al-Jazeera television network.
A university study exposes Al_Jazeera but, of course, it does not come from an American institution of higher learning.
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.
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.