Sometimes, to get a really clear perspective on things, we need to turn to a comedian. Unfortunately, we can’t get updates from the dear, departed George Carlin. But a lot of his work comes off as if it were written yesterday. Such it is with this 2005 routine…
Do we listen to “Lord Monckton” on climate change because he knows what he’s talking about, or because of his title? And what’s that title about, anyway?
Host Judith Regan, who worked for Rupert Murdoch, gets Russ’s assessment of her former boss.
The New York Times is back with its latest installment in the cover-up of the Kennedy Assassination.
Once you get past the shockers of the hacking scandal….it gets worse. Here’s the big picture on how Murdoch’s methods impact the world—Murdoch’s 12 mortal sins.
This rock climbing video (yes, you read that right) may make you a bit queasy, but it’s astonishing—and inspiring
A little-known US computer hacking case involving a Murdoch subsidiary could lead in interesting directions.
An appraisal of American end-times predictions—and their apocalyptic track record
San Francisco radio host Pat Thurston interviews WhoWhatWhy editor Russ Baker on a variety of topics, including nasty talk radio, Rupert Murdoch, and Qaddafi
Sometimes, we just need to chill out. And appreciate what we’ve all got in common.
Here, we republish WhoWhatWhy editor Russ Baker’s 1998 Columbia Journalism Review article on the practices of Rupert Murdoch and News Corp. See how things have changed (or not) in 13 years….