Jason Salzman, author of Making the News: A Guide for Activists and Nonprofits, is chairman of the board of Rocky Mountain Media Watch and a former media critic for the shuttered newspaper Rocky Mountain News.
If the top two percent is up in arms about losing their Bush tax cuts, why aren't they generating any street heat?
Mitt's Latino "ambassador" may speak Spanish, but he can't talk about real policies.
Undercover liars with cameras shouldn't get to destroy political candidates with impunity.
There's no media bias in citing facts about Obama's record.
Mitt Romney's Colorado tour illustrates how shallow coverage becomes when candidates evade the scrutiny of real journalists.
The media is ignoring Romney's view that fertilized human eggs deserve legal rights.
It's fascinating to hear what conservative lawmakers say when they think no one outside their core audience is listening.
Every summer, we're bombarded with overplayed and unimportant news stories.
HuffPo writers need not only a platform--but cash as well.
Righthaven's unseemly tactic of filing lawsuits for newspaper copyright violations, without sending a warning letter first, might help save journalism.
Video cameras keep candidates honest on campaign trail.
Attacks by arch-conservative politicians on the Department of Education are flying under the media radar.
However you describe the Pentagon budget, it's a lot of money.
Can journalists give the people the information we need to make rational decisions in elections anymore?
At this point, the scientific consensus is so overwhelming that journalists need to assert it as a fact.