Sep 2, 2021
Investigative Issues: Taxpayer-Funded NPR's Anti-Free Speech Hour
The show was a compendium of every neo-authoritarian argument for speech control one finds on Twitter, beginning with the blanket labeling of censorship critics as “speech...
Aug 19, 2021
Investigative Issues: In Afghanistan Spending *Was* the Mission
American war efforts begin under the auspices of noble missions, but almost every time the missions assume bureaucratic lives of their own, and contracting becomes an end in...
Jul 19, 2021
Investigative Issues: Big Tech Censors Private Wrongthink Too
Facebook's censorship of public posts is well-known, but Big Tech peer Google is allegedly removing people's private documents should they contain "misleading content," and its...
Jul 8, 2021
Investigative Issues: Is YouTube's Muzzling of Bret Weinstein State Censorship?
YouTube's demonetization of biologists Bret Weinstein and wife Heather Heying on grounds of "medical misinformation" raise substantial First Amendment issues, with broader...
Jun 15, 2021
Investigative Issues: Has Media's Russiagate Reckoning Begun?
From a review of New York Times veteran Barry Meier's "Spooked": Meier, a two-time Polk award winner who was also part of a team that won a Pulitzer in 2017, is the first mainstream...
May 13, 2021
Investigative Issues: Media Colludes with Spy State it Once Challenged
Just over ten years ago, on July 25, 2010, Wikileaks released 75,000 secret U.S. military reports involving the war in Afghanistan. The New York Times, The Guardian,...
Mar 12, 2021
Investigative Issues: The Sovietization of the American Press
The old con of the "Manufacturing Consent" era of media was a phony show of bipartisanship. Legitimate opinion was depicted as a spectrum stretching all the way from...
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