Federal election labor coalition education policy explained by Dr

Federal election labor coalition education policy explained by Dr. Michael Waldmann, author of The Rise of Elite Labor: A History of US Liberalism, 1870-1960, University of Chicago Press, 1997.

“This year, the Clinton campaign is planning a massive attack on “corporate media.” They intend to call attention to the network’s corporate media bia우리카지노s. And, most importantly, they plan to attack those corporate journalists who have fallen behind the times with their corporate media bias.”

“They plan to call attention to the network’s corporate media bias. And, most importantly, they plan to attack those corporate journalists who have fallen behind the times with their corporate media bias.” The Clinton campaign’s plan to attack the corporate media includes: (1) increasing pressure on cable news hosts with right-leaning, conservative-leaning hosts to cover stories that do not conform to the political establishment’s agenda; (2) calling out the “dishonest media”; and (3) attacking “crowd-sourced” fact-checking, on which the Clinton campaign relies. (As Michael Waldmann pointed out on the left, “if [the Clinton campaign] truly wanted to change the perception of journalism itself, the only solution would be to bring in the traditional ‘independent’ or free press corps such as PBS, New York Times or the Washington Post; this would be easy to arrange. The campaign’s campaign literature already contains a list of such publications. There has never been an easier and far cheaper way to spread lies by corporate media.)

The Clinton campaign is prepared to call out the “dishonest media”; and, most importantly, it더킹카지노 plans to attack “crowd-sourced” fact-checking, on which the Clinton campaign relies. (As Michael Waldmann pointed out on the left, “if [the Clinton campaign] truly wanted to change the perception of journalism itself, the only solution would be to bring in the traditional ‘independent’ or free press corps such as PBS, New York Times or the Washington Post; this would be easy to arrange. The campaign’s campaign literature already contains a list of such publications. There has never been an easier and far cheaper way to spread lies by corporate media.”) In response to the news that the Clinton campaign was planning to call out the media with corporate-funded attacks on their journalists, one commenter on the Huffington Post blog wrote: “That’s a little much for a camp바카라aign to suggest.”

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