|by Walt Brasch No one takes responsibility, -- not the paparazzi, nor the media, nor the world-wide public whose insatiable demands for fuzzy pictures drove the media to sell their editorial souls for circulation revenue|
|by Jim Hightower One analyst simply said: "It doesn't get any better than this," but meanwhile, back down on earth, the economic reality for the workaday majority definitely could get better|
|by Dick Meister Congress passed bills -- in 1946 and again in 1978 -- calling for "full employment" programs providing jobs for all Americans who were able and willing to work, but the legislation was filled with loopholes and has been virtually ignored; some union leaders feel the only answer is a constitutional amendment|
|by Russell Sadler Increasing numbers of employers demand 12-hour days, but that will not be limited to the high technology industry -- the retail and service industries are trying to force society into a 24-hour world|
|by Norman Solomon We may resent the Lord of Microsoft and the lesser gods, but the media culture of worship seems almost overpowering|
|by Alexander Cockburn The Diana cult -- for what else can we call it? -- offers her as the people's princess, but this is merely the sleight of hand of the old fairy tales|
|by Alexander Cockburn No, of course, the New York mayor didn't say, "Take a Haitian into the john and torture him" -- he just wanted a pacification program, the same way the instigators of My Lai did|
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