Tag Archives: Naomi Klein

The Occupy Wall Street movement, why it’s not being treated like the Tea Party in the media, and why it has a better chance of success than the anti-globalization campaign

I suspect this may be old news for those of you with cable, but I just happened across this recent episode of the Daily Show dealing with the media’s evolving (and hypocritical) coverage of the Occupy Wall Street movement, and thought that I’d share it. The Daily Show with Jon StewartGet More: Daily Show Full […]

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Rick Snyder is starting to get national attention for his ambitious plan to defund and take over Michigan cities

Our Governor, Rick Snyder, has largely been flying under the radar these past few weeks, as what’s left of our nation’s journalists focus on the events taking place in Wisconsin, but that might be changing. Starting a few days ago with an exhaustive piece on the Daily Kos site about Snyder’s ties to The American […]

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No duh… they’re destroying the counter weight to corporate power

When Ann Coulter said a few weeks ago at CPAC, amid a great deal of applause, that “there should be more jailed journalists,” I have little doubt that Naomi Klein, the author of The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, was one of those individuals she had in mind. Today, Klein posted the following […]

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