|by Frank Beacham In what may be the largest corporate welfare handout in American history, the Clinton Administration has agreed to give the nation's over-the-air television broadcasters more than $35 billion worth of new digital channels free of charge|
|by Jim Hightower The fact is, there is no Social Security crisis, but we'll all have a crisis if we let Newt Gingrich's Gang of "Reformers" get their hands on our retirement money|
|by Randolph T. Holhut When the announcement of a verdict in the civil trial of O.J. Simpson went head-to-head with President Clinton's State of the Union address, viewers got to see the clash of news values in the newsrooms of the TV networks|
|by Lucy Komisar What horrible measures were so much worse than electrical torture that they were deleted from the declassified document? Was it "If death is expected to result?"|
|By Ted Rall Managers should easily adapt to the role of torturer in a workplace where most Americans already feel like victims|
|by Norman Solomon The Wall Street Journal and Heritage Foundation name the countries offering great business opportunities|
|by Alexander Cockburn The giveaway of billions of dollars worth of the broadcasting spectrum is payback for political donations|
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