|by Mary R. Furbee The beautiful 1,500-foot-deep Blackwater Canyon, advertised as the "crown jewel" of West Virginia, has been sold to a logging company|
|by Jim Tynen Boodle is the whole mindset: that money is the object of government; that the system can be manipulated, yet still yield a profit for the voters; that anything besides money is ridiculous|
|by Farhan Haq Collection by Jeff Cohen and Norman Solomon is a devastating, if often funny, portrait of the U.S. media's inner workings|
|by Randolph T. Holhut Despite our Constitutional protections, more than half the states have or are considering laws that protect products made by big business against criticism|
|by Norman Solomon Calling itself the journal of "the Digital Revolution," it really worships huge corporations now gaining unprecedented control over systems of mass communication|
|by Norman Solomon With their industry bloated by mergers and buyouts, commercial broadcasters are now drooling over frequencies long reserved as "noncommercial"|
|by Randolph T. Holhut Public stations are now so dependent on corporate underwriting that the only programming that fills the schedule either furthers the interests of the corporate underwriters or is safe, controversy-free fare such as nature documentaries, opera, ballet and recycled BBC dramas|
|by Alexander Cockburn Using the pretext of catastrophic fire and the slippery techniques of "consensus building," the forest destroyers are even now pushing through Congress a bill to double the amount of logging in national forests|
|by Alexander Cockburn Why is Susan McDougal still on lockdown in prison, other than to feed the vindictiveness of Kenneth Starr?|
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