|by Jeff Cohen As long as Clinton furthered pro-establishment, pro-corporate policies -- involving jobs, poverty, even life and death -- Washington journalists didn't seem overly concerned about the President's public honesty; indeed, the pattern of selective zeal debunks the stale myth of the "liberal media"|
|by Randolph T. Holhut TV journalist always believed television news was in danger "of being twisted into an electronic carnival, in which show-biz wizardry and values obscure the line between entertainment and news"|
|by Norman Solomon Scene from a news talkshow: "If I can interject: Absolutely -- well said; at least, it's hard to disagree"|
|by Norman Solomon TIME's tribute to founder Henry Luce is a sanitized history, omitting less pleasant facts|
|by Alexander Cockburn "Calley was one of several officers on the ground, there were a hundred men in the village and a couple of hundred outside, and the massacre took four hours, 7:30 to 11:30. This was an operation, not an aberration"|
|by Alexander Cockburn The U.S. has a long history of researching, stockpiling, and using lethal biological weapons|
|by Dan Hamburg Former Congressman writes from Ward Valley, where protesters have occupied the site where the state of California wants to construct a "low-level" nuclear dump|
|by Lawrence Levi Industrial polluters, international drug cartels, a scummy Donald Trump-like real estate developer, Senator Alfonse D'Amato, boxing promoter Don King -- all in cahoots with Satan. Finally, a movie that tells it like it is|
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