4 Reasons the Corporate Media Refuses to Talk About Things That Matter

And how we can restore to America a rational media landscape

The media recently was all over Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib for calling Donald Trump a "m@therf*cker" in the context of wanting to impeach him. It got lots and lots of coverage, over a period of several days, while the really big work the Democrats were doing in the House is largely ignored, along with most other consequential issues of the day.

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How Do We Heal America From the Damage Caused By Right Wing Media?

Thom plus logo Donald Trump wants to go after social media because Twitter pointed out one of his lies. And, in fact, social media has done a lot of damage to America and the American body politic, with the most visible example being it's help in putting Donald Trump in the White House in 2016.
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