The Center For Public Integrity: For more than seven months, the nation's top public health agency has blocked the publication of an exhaustive federa
February 8, 2008

The Center For Public Integrity: For more than seven months, the nation's top public health agency has blocked the publication of an exhaustive federal study of environmental hazards in the eight Great Lakes states, reportedly because it contains such potentially "alarming information" as evidence of elevated infant mortality and cancer rates.

TomDispatch: Laura Flanders suggests we take a breath and consider where change is really coming from and whether it will ever actually arrive.

Shapely Prose: Body hatred: not just for fat chicks anymore

Jeff Frankels Weblog: Fiscal Stimulus: What do Ronald Reagan and Joseph Stalin have in common? (h/t Make Them Accountable)

Working Life: Ho-Hum, another Bush hack casts an ugly shadow

ANNALS OF JOURNALISM: Don't answer that...How Big Media Hides the Real Economic News...How about a candidate debate on science?...It's the stupidity, stupid...New owner of the Tribune Company, Sam Zell, says 'F*ck You' to his journalist, but he's a bit more enlightened on other subjects...Fox terrorizes its audience with a non-terror story...Sure, the NYT reviewed a vacuous, Internet-bashing book, twice, but they also cater to people's ignorance...Why do Peggy Noonan, George Will, and David Brooks favor Obama?...Swallow...A film depicting actual Bush administration activities is considered too "controversial" by the Discovery Channel...One way of telling what you're reading isn't government or corporate propaganda...Hannity Meltdown

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