Mara Einstein discusses a fundamental shift in advertising—how it is getting harder to tell difference between content and ads.
It is not voters, who break with the two-party system in this election who are sanctimonious and out-of-touch. It is people like Milbank, who argue against voting your conscience.
Kazoo Studios, who grew up in the New York City suburbs, is the lead singer for the band, Mother & the Boards. She sent along this recently released protest song about our collective apathy toward the degradation and destruction of Planet Earth. In the song called “Superfund,” Studios sings about
CNN determined it was in their self-interest to broadcast a Green Party Town Hall, giving millions of voters a rare opportunity to learn about Jill Stein.
A federal appeals court reinstated a case challenging the government’s use of secretive, experimental prison units known as communications management units.
During the August 13 weekend, the Pentagon released 15 prisoners from the Guantánamo Bay military prison to the United Arab Emirates.
Folk musician Pete Kronowitt irreverently sings about the NRA and gun culture, especially its effects on children. It’s off his new album, “A Lone Voice.”
The occupation of Freedom Square demands the city invest in black communities and defund violent police systems and incarceration.
A federal appeals court upheld the dismissal of former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Mohammed Jawad’s lawsuit seeking damages for torture.
Supporters of US military whistleblower Chelsea Manning and one of her attorneys demanded the Army drop administrative charges brought against her.