Before he was the head of the Center for Public Integrity, Michael Lewis worked for 60 Minutes and ABC News. Now he's telling the stories.
The famed award-winning investigative reporting team of Donald Barlett and James Steele have just published a new book, "The Betrayal of the American Dream," a followup to their landmark bestseller, "America: What Went Wrong?" As Republicans and Democrats continue disputing who should bear the brunt of the tax burden, Barlett and Steele argue that America’s middle class has been decimated over the years due to policies governing not only taxes but also bank regulations, trade deficits and pension funds.
I hope you caught Max Blumenthal on the IFC channel last week. He did a great piece on the Tea Party movement which he follows up close and personal
I think I need to do some real investigative reporting to check out why the RNC's favorite LA hangout club is Voyeur. Washington Post: Although
Our Fearless Independent Media Ignore The Pulitzer Prize That Calls Them On Their Own Conflicts Of Interest
I meant to get to this earlier in the week. It's so illustrative of the problems with our corporate media that the guy who wins a Pulitzer prize for
Will Bunch is taking a short sabbatical from AttyTood for a special project that sounds right up our alley, and he's got some questions for you:
Booman Tribune: In an explosive article that will further shake the foundations of the White House, Italy’s la Repubblica has released the second
We've been all waiting for an op-ed to come out about Judy from the NY Times. Maureen Dowd is the first to answer the call. Gilliard has some analysi
The Novak column falsely and maliciously accuses her of conflict of interest by orchestrating a hearing to grill Kenneth Tomlinson, chairman of the Bo