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None Dare Call It Stolen: Ohio, the election, and America's servile press by Mark Crispin Miller, 8/05

"On January 5, 2005 Representative John Conyers of Michigan, the ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, released Preserving Democracy: What Went Wrong in Ohio. The report was the result of a five-week investigation by the committee’s Democrats, who reviewed thousands of complaints of fraud, malfeasance, or incompetence surrounding the election in Ohio, and further thousands of complaints that poured in by phone and email as word of the inquiry spread. The congressional researchers were assisted by volunteers in Ohio who held public hearings in Columbus, Cleveland, Toledo, and Cincinnati, and questioned more than two hundred witnesses. (Although they were invited, Republicans chose not to join in the inquiry.)

Preserving Democracy describes three phases of Republican chicanery: the run-up to the election, the election itself, and the post-election cover-up. The wrongs exposed are not mere dirty tricks (though Bush/Cheney also went in heavily for those) but specific violations of the U.S. and Ohio constitutions, the Voting Rights Act, the Civil Rights Act of 1968, the National Voter Registration Act, and the Help America Vote Act. Although Conyers trod carefully when the report came out, insisting that the crimes did not affect the outcome of the race (a point he had to make, he told me, “just to get a hearing”), his report does “raise grave doubts regarding whether it can be said that the Ohio electors selected on December 13, 2004, were chosen in a manner that conforms to Ohio law, let alone Federal requirements and constitutional standards.” The report cites “massive and unprecedented voter irregularities and anomalies” throughout the state—wrongs, moreover, that were hardly random accidents. “In many cases,” the report says, “these irregularities were caused by intentional misconduct and illegal behavior, much of it involving Secretary of State J. Kenneth Blackwell, the co-chair of the Bush-Cheney campaign in Ohio."


Truth and Duty: The Press, the President, and the Privilege of Power, Mary Mapes, St. Martin's Press, 11/2005

"A riveting account of how the public's right to know is being attacked by an unholy alliance among politicians, news organizations and corporate America, from the producer at the heart of the 60 Minutes/George Bush National Guard controversy.

For twenty five years, Mary Mapes has been an award-winning television producer and reporter—the last fifteen of them for CBS News, principally for the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather and 60 Minutes. She had the bedrock of respect of her peers—in the last year alone, she broke the story of the Abu Ghraib prison tortures (which won CBS The Peabody Award) and the existence of Strom Thurmond's illegitimate bi-racial daughter Essie Mae Washington. But it was Dan Rather's lightning rod of a story on George W. Bush's National Guard Service that brought Mapes into an unwanted limelight. The firestorm that followed the broadcast led not only to Mapes' firing and Rather's stepping down from his anchor chair a year early, but to an unprecedented "internal" inquiry into the story—chaired by former Reagan Attorney General Richard Thornburgh.

Peopled with an historic and colorful cast of characters—from Karl Rove to Summer Redstone to John Kerry to Col. Bobby Hodges—this groundbreaking book about how the news is made (and unmade) will make news when it appears this fall. But this, it turns out, is only part of the story. Mapes talks for the first time about the riveting behind-the-scenes action at CBS during this frenzied period and exposes some of the largest political and social controversies that have broken in this new age of dissonance."

"Into the Buzzsaw: Leading Journalists Expose the Myth of a Free Press,"
Edited by Kristina Borjesson Foreword by Gore Vidal

“If members of the general public read this book, or even portions of it, they will be appalled. To the uninitiated reader, the accounts of what goes on behind the scenes at major news organizations are shocking.” - Publisher’s Weekly; See also: Paraview Literary Agency.

"The three largest local phone companies control 83 percent of home telephone lines. The top two long distance carriers control 67 percent of that market. The four biggest cellular phone companies have 64 percent of the wireless market. The five largest cable companies pipe programming to 74 percent of the cable subscribers nationwide. Those findings come from the Center for Public Integrity’s unprecedented examination of the telecommunications industry, the centerpiece of which is a first-of-its-kind, 65,000 record, searchable database containing ownership information on virtually every radio station, television station, cable television system and telephone company in America."  The Center for Public Integrity, Well Connected web site.


"...The Issue is Whether we Want to Live in a Free Society or Whether we Want to Live Under What Amounts to a form of Self-Imposed Totalitarianism, with the Bewildered Herd Marginalized, Directed Elsewhere, Terrified, Screaming Patriotic Slogans, Fearing for Their Lives, and Admiring with Awe the Leader who Saved them from Destruction, While the Educated Masses Goose-Step on Command and Repeat the Slogans They're Supposed to Repeat and the Society Deteriorates at Home. We End Up Serving as a Mercenary Enforcer State, Hoping That others are Going to Pay Us to Smash Up the World." - From: Media Control: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda, by Noam Chomsky, Seven Stories Press, 10/2002

 

ABC News

American Journalism Review
National magazine that covers all
aspects of print, television, radio &
online media. Examines how the media
cover specific stories & broader
coverage trends.


Antiquarian Booksellers

The Atlantic Online

BayArea.com

Black World Today

BookFinder.com

O
pen marketplace for books online.

BusinessWeek

CBS Radio

The Center for an Accessible
Society

Disabilities issues information for
journalists.


Chicago Tribune

Christian Science Monitor

Chronicle of Higher Education
The review of academic life.


Conscious Choice
Journal of ecology & natural living.

Discovery.com

Editor & Publisher Media Links

Associations, city guides, magazine,
newspaper, news services & syndicates,
radio & television web sites.


EmergencyNet
Reporting arm of the Emergency
Response & Research Institute
- a "think-tank" studying emergency
response, intelligence, military
& national security issues.


Entrepreneur

eye Magazine

Fortean Times
The journal of strange phenomena.


Free Republic

The Globe and Mail

Harper's Magazine

Interfax

Political, business & financial
news from Europe & Asia. 

Iran Press Service

Jane's
Global defense, aerospace &
transportation.


The Jerusalem Post

The Jewish Post of New York

National Geographic

National Journal

National Press Club
Private association of members of the
journalism & public relations community.


The New Republic

OnLineNewspapers.com

Photojournalistas

Monthly online magazine bringing
in-depth visual & written story coverage.
Topics range from issues & sports to
interesting people & places.


Popular Mechanics

Poynter.org
Journalism school.


ProMed-mail
Global electronic reporting system
for outbreaks of emerging infectious
diseases & toxins.


Public Culture

The Publishing Triangle
The purpose of the Publishing Triangle is to
further the publication of books & other
materials written by lesbian & gay authors or
with lesbian & gay themes.


RadioTower
Online radio stations throughout the world


Radio-Locator
Radio station search engine


The San Francisco Chronicle

Simon & Schuster

The Smoking Gun
Material obtained from government & law
enforcement sources, via Freedom
of Information requests, & from court
files nationwide.

SBD Spanish Book Distributor

The Spectator

Tweak

The Washington Monthly

USA Today

Washington Post

Where the Eagle Meets the Condor

Radio program dedicated to the
enhancement of physical, emotional, &
spiritual well being.

Wisdom Radio, Internet & Television
Wisdom is a global media resource
to the growing, worldwide community
interested in health and wellness, improved
personal growth, heightened spirituality & life
purpose, global issues, human potential
& self discovery.

 

Public Broadcasting & Radio

American Radio Works
The national documentary unit of
Minnesota Public Radio. Creates
documentaries, series projects, &
investigative reports for the public
radio system and the Internet.


CarTalk

Fresh Air

Julia Child

KMHD

The Jazz Station

KUSC Los Angeles

Marketplace

Minnesota Public Radio

National Public Radio

Prairie Home Companion

PublicRadioFan.com
Program listings for hundreds of
public radio stations around the world.

Radio Expeditions

Science Friday

Sounds like Science (Archives)

Talk of the Nation

Thirteen/WNET New York

Transom.org

Training, mentorship & support
for creative approaches to public
broadcasting program production
& distribution.


Nova Online

PBS | PBS Frontline
Frontline is the flagship public-affairs
series for the PBS. Investigative
reports cover the business/economy,
criminal justice, foreign affairs,
government, health/science,
& social issues.

PBS Subject Areas:
Arts & Drama
History
Home & Hobbies
Nature
Science & Nature
News & Views

 

"From what we get, we can make a living, what we give, however, makes a life."

"I could never forgive myself if I elected to live without humane purpose, without trying to help the poor and unfortunate, without recognizing that perhaps the purest joy in life, comes with trying to help others."

"The absence of coherent national health care policy is, in my opinion, one of the major disgraces of American life. Greed should not blind doctors to the devastating effect of the absence of such a policy on the American poor and middle class."

Quotations from tennis great Arthur Ashe , See also, "Days of Grace- A Memoir," and the Arthur Ashe Institute of Urban Health.

Sports

"I think that the illness is a good thing in some ways. I wouldn't want to do it again. But the time away from cycling and the time to think about what's really important in life was great. I've come back with a new perspective and a whole new list of priorities."-  Lance Armstrong after his July, 1999 victory in the 86th Tour de France. In 1996, he was diagnosed with with testicular cancer and was told by doctors it had spread to his lungs and brain. He had surgery to remove a testicle and lesions from his brain and underwent months of chemotherapy. Today, his doctors say there is a tiny chance the cancer will return. See also: the Lance Armstrong Foundation & Lance Armstrong Online

Baseball Almanac
Facts, stories, famous firsts, quotes,
autographs, stats, records, & other information.

Baseball-Reference.com

Bass Fishing Resource Guide

ESPN

Interactive Internet Sports

Minor League Baseball

NFL.com

Mysportsguru.com

Negro League Baseball

SportsLine

Sports Network

Sports Only!

Tennis Station

The V Foundation
"Created by ESPN & the late Jim Valvano
in 1993. Jim announced the creation of
The V Foundation for Cancer Research &
proclaimed “Don’t Give Up. . .Don’t Ever
Give Up!” as the motto in the fight
against the disease that ultimately claimed
him at the age of 47 after a brief & very
public 10-month battle."

The Walter Payton Foundation

"I know that the outcome is in God's hands, but with God's help and with your continued prayers, I know that I will have the strength to do His will.

In my life I have tried to ease the suffering of others through the Walter Payton Foundation. I now hope that I can turn the negative of being afflicted with this liver condition into the positive of being able to raise awareness for organ donation."

Excerpt from a "Personal Statement from Walter Payton," by the late Walter Payton, former Chicago Bears running back. 


Science & Environmental

BioSpace
Biotech, Biotechnology &
Pharmaceutical News, Jobs,
Companies & Stocks.


Discover Magazine

The Ecologist
Magazine covering subjects ranging
from science & technology to the
impacts of globalization on jobs,
health & the environment.


Environmental News Network
News, live chats, interactive quizzes,
daily feature stories, forums for
debate, audio, video & more.


EnviroZine

EurekAlert!
Global gateway to science, medicine &
technology news.

European Union Joint
Research Centre

Scientific & technical research laboratory.

Green Energy News
Covering clean, renewable & efficient
energy for transportation, industry
& home.


Grist Magazine
Online environmental magazine whose
credo is to pull no punches, take no
prisoners, accept no advertising.


HighWire Press
Search engine for science related
articles.


Living on Earth

The National Academies Infocus
Magazine

Nature

NewScientist

Organic Style
Information source for organic health,
beauty, food, home, garden, travel,
work & family products.


The Planet | Sierra Magazine
Magazines of the Sierra Club.

Planet Ark
Daily guide to helping the planet.

SciCentral
Science resource & news gateway.


ScienceBlog

Science Daily
Leading online magazine & portal
devoted to science, technology
& medicine.


Science Friday

Science News

Science Online

Scientific American

SciTech


Greg Palast on what is behind the subprime mortgage crisis, 12/12/2008.


Dennis Kucinich Goes After the
Fed, 1/29/2008


Cartoon appearing on United Church of Christ Home Page in response to NBC and CBS refusing to air a message showing the church welcoming to all people- including sexual minorities.

Dahr Jamail's Iraq Dispatches

Winter Soldiers Sound Off, 4/2008

Peace Action

Coalition for a Realistic Foreign Policy

International Committee of the Red Cross in Iraq

The First Casualty of War is Truth

"War's cost is exacting. It destroys families. It leaves behind a wasteland, irreconcilable grief. It is a disease, and in the night air I smell its contagion. Justice is not at issue here: war consumes the good along with the wicked. There will be no stopping it. Pity will be banished. Fear will rule. It is the old lie again, told to children desperate for glory: Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori (It is sweet and fitting to die for one's country)."- "A Gaza Diary- Scenes from the Palestinian Uprising," by Chris Hedges. See also, "War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning," by Chris Hedges.

"...A war memorial that attempted to depict the reality of war would be too subversive. It would condemn us and our capacity for evil. It would show that the line between the victim and the victimizer is razor-thin, that human beings, when the restraints are cut, are intoxicated by mass killing, and that war, rather than being noble, heroic and glorious, obliterates all that is tender, decent and kind. It would tell us that the celebration of national greatness is the celebration of our technological capacity to kill. It would warn us that war is always morally depraved, that even in “good” wars such as World War II all can become war criminals. We dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The Nazis ran the death camps. But this narrative of war is unsettling. It does not create a collective memory that serves the interests of those who wage war and permit us to wallow in self-exaltation..." - From Chris Hedges, Celebrating Slaughter: War and Collective Amnesia, 10/5/2009


"We’re in the midst of a somewhat muted arms race, not with the Soviet Union but with the rest of the world. We’re busily trying to fabricate enemies. We shift from the North Koreans, and then we’re engaging with Iraq and Iran again, and then we take a shot at Libya. We wait for any of these people to raise their heads up and we’re ready to go against them. This means nuclear weapons. We had 600 warheads in the Gulf during the Iraq War, and if American troops would have died there in considerable numbers, we would’ve used those warheads. That’s why they were there."  1996 Interview with Phillip Berrigan by Matthew Rothschild, The Progressive.


And one morning all that was burning,
one morning the bonfires
leapt out of the earth
devouring human beings
and from then on fire,
gunpowder from then on,
and from then on blood.
Bandits with planes and Moors,
bandits with finger-rings and duchesses,
bandits with black friars spattering blessings
came through the sky to kill children
and the blood of children ran through the streets
without fuss, like children's blood.

Jackals that the jackals would despise
stones that the dry thistle would bite on and spit out,
vipers that the vipers would abominate.

Face to face with you I have seen the blood
of Spain tower like a tide
to drown you in one wave
of pride and knives.

Treacherous
generals:
see my dead house,
look at broken Spain:
from every house burning metal flows
instead of flowers
from every socket of Spain
Spain emerges
and from every dead child a rifle with eyes
and from every crime bullets are born
which will one day find
the bull's eye of your hearts.

And you will ask: why doesn't his poetry
speak of dreams and leaves
and the great volcanoes of his native land.

Come and see the blood in the streets.
Come and see
the blood in the streets.
Come and see the blood
in the streets!-  Pablo Neruda, 'I'm Explaining a Few Things," a viceral description of the bombing of civilians, quoted from Harold Pinter's Nobel Lecture,2005.

Opposed to the War in Iraq

American Friends Service Committee
Americans for Peace Now
AntiWar Video Fund
Arab American Institute
Black Radical Congress
Bring Them Home Now
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
The Center of Concern
Code Pink

Education for Peace in Iraq Center

Essential Information
Federation of American Scientists
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Gold Star Families for Peace
Greenpeace
Institute for Policy Studies
International Action Center
International A.N.S.W.E.R.
International Peace Bureau
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War
Iraq Body Count Exhibit
Iraq Peace Pledge
Iraq Veterans Against the War
Military Families Speak Out
Moveon.org
The M.K. Gandhi Institute for
Nonviolence
NAACP
National Council of Churches
National Gay & Lesbian Task Force
National Organization of Women
National Youth and Student Peace Coalition
Not in Our Name
Nuclear Policy Research Institute
Oxfam America
Pax Christi USA
PDX Peace
Peace Action
Physicians for Social Responsibility
Priorities!
The Progressive National Convention
Racial Justice 9-11
Rainbow/PUSH
Republicans for Humility
Sierra Club
Sojourners
Stop the War Coalition
Student Environmental Action Coalition
United for Peace & Justice

Veterans Against the Iraq War
Veterans for Common Sense
Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation
Win Without War
Women's International League for Peace & Freedom
Women's Action for New Directions
ZNet


News Publications


365gay.com

The Advocate

Aljazeera

AlterNet

The American Prospect

Antiwar.com

BuzzFlash

CNN

Common Dreams News Center

Congresswoman Barbara Lee- A voice of sanity & courage

CounterPunch

C-Span

Democracy Now!

Doonesbury Daily

Drudge Retort!

Ecoworldly

Encyclopedia of Earth

Environmental News Network

Geopolitics-Geoeconomics:
F William Engdahl

Globalinfo

Independent Media Center | Portland

Information Clearing House

KATU

Media Matters for America

Michael Moore

MSNBC

The Nation

The New York Times | Editorial Page | New York Book Review

The New Yorker

OneWorld

openDemocracy

Oregon Progressive Network

PageOneQ

PBS NOW

The Portland Alliance

ProPublica

The Progressive

The Raw Story

SmirkingChimp

Street Roots

Taegan Goddard's Political Wire

Teledemocracy

The Texas Observer

Think Progress

Tikkun

Truthdig

Truthout.org

Yes!

War in Context

ZNet

Adbusters

AJReview NewsLink

Albion Monitor

The Advocate
National gay and lesbian news
magazine.


AlterNet.org
Journalism, public-interest news
& advocacy. Alternative to 
corporate media conglomerates.

Americablog.org
"A great nation deserves the truth,"
John Aravosis, a gay journalist
& political consultant in Washington,
DC who cares about gay politics &
likes getting involved & making a
difference.

American NewSpeak

The American Prospect
Aim is to contribute to a renewal of
America's democratic traditions by
presenting a practical and convincing
vision of liberal philosophy, politics,
& public life.


Antiwar.com

Attytood
Blog of William Bunch, senior writer for
the Philadelphia Daily News and its
former political writer.


Baffler

Barbra Streisand
Biography & collection of articles
& speeches.


BeyondChron

The Black Commentator
The Black Commentator's core audience
is African Americans & their allies in the
struggle for social and economic justice.
It is also important to share Black American
perspectives with the rest of the world, a
mission uniquely suited to the Internet. Our
focus is commentary, analysis & investigation,
elements of political dialogue that are
absolutely essential to the creation of
movements for social change. Without regular
forums for advocacy and debate, a people are
at the mercy of their adversaries.


BBC

Borowitz Report
Political satire

Boston Review

Canadian Dimension

Change Links

City Limits

Clamor

Class War in America: How
Economic and Political Conservatives
Are Exploiting Low- and
Middle-Income Americans,

by Charles M. Kelly

"Financial conservatives, with the aid of their
political supporters, have been intentionally
waging class warfare against working Americans
for past twenty years. Here is a guided tour of
conservative America's agenda & strategies,
with documentation from the establishment
press itself: The Wall Street Journal, Forbes,
Fortune, Barron's, and Business Week.


Coffee Shop Times

Colombia Week

Color Lines

Commonweal

Consortium

"We founded the Consortiumnews.com
Web site in 1995, back in the "early days"
of the modern Internet. The site was meant
to be a home for important, well-reported
stories that weren't welcome in the O.J.
Simpson-obsessed, conventional-wisdom
-driven national news media of that time.


CounterPunch
Bi-weekly muckraking newsletter
with a radical attitude. Battles
against the war machine, big
business & the rapists of nature.


Common Dreams News Center
Works to bring progressive Americans
together to promote progressive
visions for America's future.


Corporate Watch
Counters corporate-led globalization
through education & activism. Works
to foster democratic control over
corporations by building grassroots
globalization--a diverse movement for
human rights, labor rights &  environmental
justice.


Covert Action

Crimes of War Project
Collaboration of journalists, lawyers, &
scholars that seeks to raise
awareness of the laws of war & of
the human consequences when
armed conflict becomes entrenched.


Cursor
Relentlessly feisty media watchdog.


Democracy Now!
News program airing on over 225 stations
in North America. Provides audiences access
to people and perspectives rarely heard in the
U.S. corporate-sponsored media, including
independent and international journalists, ordinary
people from around the world who are directly
affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders
& peace activists, artists, academics &
independent analysts. In addition, the War &
Peace Report hosts real debates - debates
between people who substantially disagree, such
as between the White House or the Pentagon
spokespeople on the one hand, & grassroots
activists on the other.


DisInformation
Alternative news & underground
culture destination.


Dissent

Dollars & Sense

Eat The State!

Economist.com

The Ethical Spectacle
"Mission is to shine a lantern on the
intersection at which ethics, law &
politics meet (or collide) in our civilization,
particularly that part of it known as
the United States of America."

FAIR: Fairness & Accuracy
in Reporting

National media watch group, has been
offering well-documented criticism of
media bias and censorship since 1986.


Foreign Affairs
Publication of the Council on
Foreign Relations


Foreign Policy in Focus
Seeks to make the U.S. a more
responsible global leader and global
partner. It is a "think tank without walls"
that functions as an international
network of more than 650 policy analysts
and advocates. Unlike traditional think
tanks, FPIF is committed to advancing
a citizen-based foreign policy agenda
--one that is fundamentally rooted in
citizen initiatives and movements.


Free Press
National nonpartisan organization
working to increase informed public
participation in crucial media policy
debates, and to generate policies that
will produce a more competitive &
public interest-oriented media system
with a strong nonprofit & noncommercial
sector.


Free Speech Radio News

Friction Magazine
Independent culture & thought
on the web.


Globalinfo.org
News service of the developing world.


Good Money

Governing
Monthly magazine whose primary
audience is state & local government
officials: governors, legislators, mayors,
city managers, council members &
other elected, appointed and career officials.

Greg Palast Journalism & Film
“Greg Palast is investigative journalism
at its best. No one has exposed more
truth about the Bush Cartel & lived
to tell the story.”


Guardian Unlimited

Guerilla News Network
Underground news organization whose
mission is to expose people to important
global issues through guerrilla programming
on the web and on television.


Heather Wokush.com

Heroine Magazine

High Country News

The Hill

Weekly newspaper that describes the
inner workings of Congress, the pressures
confronting policy makers and the many
ways in which decisions are made.


HopeDance

Impact Press

Independent Media Center
Collective of independent media
organizations & hundreds of journalists
offering grassroots, non-corporate coverage.
Stories come from the hearts & minds of
people on the frontlines of the struggle for
justice against tyranny. Indymedia has grown
into a network of nearly 100 Independent
Media Centers (IMCs) all over the world by
means of a commitment to equality,
decentralization & autonomy.


In Motion

In the Fray

In These Times
Dedicated to informing & analyzing popular
movements for social, environmental &
economic justice; to providing a forum for
discussing the politics that shape our lives; &
to producing a magazine that is read by the
broadest and most diverse audience possible.


In the Fray

Information Clearinghouse

Inter Press Service
Global Issues


In These Times

Ironic Times

Keithboykin.com
Born on the anniversary of Dr. King’s
famous March on Washington, Keith
Boykin has become one of the nation's
leading commentators on race,
sexuality & politics.


Left Business Observer
Monthly newsletter on economics &
politics in the U.S. and the world at large.


The London Times

Los Angeles Times

The Majority Report

Matt Miller Online

MediaChannel.org

Media Alliance

Media Matters for America
Web-based, not-for-profit progressive
research &d information center dedicated
to comprehensively monitoring, analyzing,
& correcting conservative misinformation
in the U.S. media. Conservative misinformation
is defined as news or commentary presented
in the media that is not accurate, reliable, or
credible & that forwards the conservative agenda.


Media Monitors Network
Non-profit, non-biased &non-political
platform seeking to uncover the whole
truth & facilitate answers to disputed,
controversial topics being broadcast,
web cast, published, distributed or
telecast in the world media.

Metaphoria

Michael Moore

Middle East  Research &
Information Project

Provides news & perspectives about
the Middle East not available from
mainstream news sources.


Misleader

The Modern World by Tom
Tomorrow

MonkeyFist Collective

Monthly Review

MotherJones.com
25 years of raising hell.


Ms. Magazine

Multinational Monitor

The Nation
"The Nation will not be the organ of any
party, sect, or body. It will, on the contrary,
make an earnest effort to bring to the
discussion of political and social questions
a really critical spirit, and to wage war upon
the vices of violence, exaggeration, &
misrepresentation by which so much of the
political writing of the day is marred. --
from The Nation's founding prospectus, 1865"


The Nation Institute | TomDispatch
"Has a fundamental commitment to the
values of free speech & open discourse.
The Institute places particular importance on
strengthening the independent press in the
face of America's increasingly corporate-
controlled flow of information, & through its
programs the Institute promotes progressive
values on a variety of media platforms."


New Internationalist

New Left Review

The New York Times |
New York Book Review

News for Real

NewsDirectory.com
Over 8,400 newspapers & magazines
listed


The Observer

The O'Franken Factor

"After debunking right-wing propaganda
in his bestselling books Lies, and the
Lying Liars Who Tell Them
and Rush
Limbaugh is a Big Fat Idiot
, Al Franken
is taking the fight to America's airwaves
-and he's doing it drug-free."


openDemocracy
Channel for knowledge, learning,
participation & understanding that is
not owned by a media corporation,
does not serve a special interest &
does not adhere to a single ideological
position.


The Progressive
Journalistic voice for peace & social
justice at home & abroad.


The Progress Report

Progressive Review
Alternative journalism


PR Watch
Public Interest Reporting on the
PR/Public Affairs Industry.


The Raw Story
Alternative news directory providing
news stories of interest to the
progressive audience.


The Republican Noise Machine:
Right-Wing Media and How It
Corrupts Democracy, by David Brock

From the Publisher:
"Brock documents how
in the last several decades the GOP built a
powerful media machine--newspapers &magazines,
think tanks, talk radio networks, op-ed columnists,
the FOX News Channel, Christian Right
broadcasting, book publishers, & high-traffic
internet sites--to sell conservatism to the public
& discredit its opponents."


Reuters

Salon Magazine

Slate

Stafanki
Radio documentaries, talks, discussion
& comedy.


Talking Points Memo
Joshua Micah Marshall is a Contributing
Writer for the Washington Monthly &
a columnist for The Hill.


The Texas Observer
Writes about issues ignored or underreported
in the mainstream press, in pursuit of a
vision of Texas in which education, justice
& material progress are available to all.
Goal is to cover stories crucial to the
public interest and to provoke dialogue
that promotes democratic participation
& open government.


Think Progress
Think Progress is a project of the American
Progress Action Fund. The American
Progress Action Fund is a nonpartisan
organization. With the blog, APAF seeks
to provide a forum that advances
progressive ideas and policies.


TomPaine.com
Public interest journal inspired by the
great patriot Thomas Paine. Seeks to
enrich the national debate on controversial
public issues by featuring the ideas,
opinions, and analyses too often overlooked
by the mainstream media.


TPM Cafe
TPMCafe is a public meeting place to read
about and discuss politics, culture and
public life in the United States. The site
hosts both blogs and public discussion
areas.


Truthdig
The purpose of our new Web magazine
is to provide you with insightful & accurate
reporting on current subjects and on issues
that need to be brought to your attention.
We want to challenge conventional wisdom.
Over time, we hope to build a solid & reliable
resource for those of you who want to explore
particular topics by drilling down to unusual
depth. In addition, we hope to create a home
for thoughtful, provocative ideas & dialogue
by a group of talented contributors & editors.


Unanswered Questions.org
Online meeting place for researchers,
investigative journalists & concerned
citizens to pose thoughtful & engaging
questions about today's most pressing
issues.


United Press International

UN Wire
Daily news summary covering the United
Nations, global affairs & international
issues.


Utne
Articles from over 2,000 alternative media
sources bringing the reader ideas &
trends emerging in our culture.


Vermont Guardian
"Less than two decades ago, Vermonters
could pick up a newspaper and expect solid
reporting from a locally owned business with
stakes in the community. But as Vermont led
the way toward social and political progress in
the United States, its media outlets moved in
the opposite direction, falling victim to corporate
consolidation taking shape at the national level.
Out-of-state conglomerates have bought many
of the best dailies. In attempts to keep pace
with these fierce new competitors, other Vermont
papers have cut staffing and squeezed news space
to make room for more advertising." The Vermont
Guardian will stand in stark contrast to this trend.
Through our weekly newspaper and daily Web site,
we will provide an independent perspective with a
commitment to credible investigations, & provocative
& informative stories that others either miss or
choose to ignore. Too often, today's media cast
coverage in a political rather than a human light.
Stories and subjects are tagged as "left" or "right,"
ignoring the subtleties and nuances that define Vermont.


War Times

Washington Spectator

WebActive
Designed to make the Internet an effective tool
for progressive activism.


White Crane: A Journal of Gay
Men's Spirituality

Explores gay spirituality to uncover the
variety of the manifestations of spiritual quest
among contemporary gay men & to reclaim
their place in the development of human
consciousness, committed to the intuition that
gay consciousness plays a special and important
role in the evolution of life on planet Earth.


Whitehouse.org
A comedic spoof on the Bush
White House. Sometimes humorous-
sometimes not.


WireTap
Independent information source by &
for socially conscious youth. Showcases
investigative news articles, personal essays
& opinions, artwork and activism resources
that challenge stereotypes, inspire creativity,
foster dialogue and give young people a
voice in the media.


World News Network

Yes!
Quarterly magazine that invites the reader
to be part of a global community of
change makers. Each issue focuses on a
theme, showing the possibilities & practical
steps that can lead to a more positive future.
A consistent message of realistic hope
clarifies thinking & encourages their active
engagement in change.


The Yes Men
"The Yes Men are a genderless, loose
knit association of some three hundred
impostors worldwide. Their feeling today
can be summed up in one simple phrase:
Good Office Environment.

Although their name contains the word
"Men," it doesn't describe who they are,
it describes what they do: they use any
means necessary to agree their way into
the fortified compounds of commerce,
ask questions, and then smuggle
out the stories of their undercover
escapades to provide a public glimpse
at the behind-the-scenes world of business."


ZNet
Independent monthly magazine dedicated
to resisting injustice, defending against
repression, & creating liberty. It sees the
racial, gender, class, & political dimensions
of personal life as fundamental to understanding
& improving contemporary circumstances;
& it aims to assist activist efforts for a
better future.

   
 

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