In the world according to Republican presidential candidates, inequality isn’t a problem and climate change doesn’t exist.
Billionaires expect better returns than Karl Rove pulled off on Election Day.
Director of IPS is “grateful” for opportunity to showcase “proud history of public scholarship”
IPS is grateful to Bill O’Reilly for this opportunity to showcase our proud history of public scholarship on inequality, peace, justice, and the environment.
He created the perfect atmosphere for criminal activities and called it “freedom of the press.”
A string of high-profile blunders and trumped-up stings are endangering a key public and cultural institution.
Glenn Beck has made a point of aggressively singling out Frances Fox Piven, professor of political science and sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center, as especially dangerous to American life and liberty. In this interview, she comments on the attacks and what they say about the current state of American democracy.
Many Americans are starving for a cable news channel that covers international affairs in depth.
“The late New York University media scholar Neil Postman once said about America, ‘We are the best entertained least informed society in the world.’ That was twenty-five years ago and after two-plus decades of more deregulation and the growth of conglomerates in the media, that trend has continued.” Peter Phillips and Mickey Huff will discuss how corporate news media distracts Americans from crucial information by replacing it with a steady diet “of tabloidized, trivialized, and outright useless information laden with personal anecdotes, scandals, and gossip.”