Jed on Breaking the Set with Abby Martin

February 27th, 2014 in Musings by Jed Morey

What makes Abby so terrifying is that she’s smart, eloquent and calls bullshit when she sees it. She is the antidote to corporate media but too progressive for the establishment.

A Renewed Discourse on Inequality: Part II

February 5th, 2014 in Musings by Jed Morey

It’s time to embark on a new discussion on the “redistribution of wealth.” It begins with the reclamation of this battered phrase in a way that tunes our collective ear to the sound of justice.

A Renewed Discourse on Inequality

January 31st, 2014 in Musings by Jed Morey

Apathy is a direct corollary of inequality. Most of us are too busy and under too much financial pressure to remove ourselves from the cycle of madness. It’s the capitalist way

When an Empire Falls in the World, Does it Make a Sound?

December 30th, 2013 in Musings by Jed Morey

We must address the colonies of dispossessed Americans living paycheck-to-paycheck and stop thinking about colonizing cheap labor pools of distant nations.

Hoisting Atrophy

October 31st, 2013 in Political by Jed Morey

When watching current County Executive Ed Mangano and former county executive Tom Suozzi fight to be the one to circle the bowl next, it’s hard not to get caught up in the partisan bickering.

Con Man Overboard: Wall Street Prepares to Pull the Plug

September 3rd, 2013 in Political by Jed Morey

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about the economy. Not our economy, the shadow economy run by the corporate masters of America. You can’t see it. No one can. But trust me, it’s booming. It’s estimated that trillions of dollars from corporations, wealthy individuals and governments of small and corrupt nations are teeming through offshore […]


August 6th, 2013 in News by Jed Morey

Considering who is about to be in charge of administering LIBOR, the Obama Administration and U.S. regulators might want to pay close attention to how the process unfolds.

Rock Star Journalists

July 2nd, 2013 in Journalism by Jed Morey

Hackers and bloggers, investigative journalists, whistleblowers and scholars are collaborating in a way that speaks to what the Internet was intended to be. All under the watchful eye of Anonymous.

The Long Island Press Drone

July 1st, 2013 in Political by Jed Morey

Trusting me with a drone is no more ridiculous than allowing the executive branch to unilaterally determine which civil liberties and human rights to recognize, as if an option exists.

Extreme Alliance: Finding Common Ground with Manning and Snowden

June 12th, 2013 in Journalism by Jed Morey

Where others have failed to shed light on the dark shadow our military casts over the world, Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden have succeeded by demonstrating the courage to reveal our ignominy and speak truth to power