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.

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

Propaganda Versus Journalism

April 30th, 2013 in Journalism by Jed Morey

Manufactured consent is essentially the end result of propaganda; the conformity of thought that exhibits itself in a nationalistic dogma.

Selective Outrage

April 13th, 2013 in Guests by Jaime Franchi

We drink in our news from the sources we trust, through the lens we feel comfortable with, amidst the people with whom we fit.

The Audacity of Disrespect

February 27th, 2013 in Guests by Jaime Franchi

The President is not Octomom, yet beginning in the Clinton nineties, the media has done little to distinguish between the two in channels like gonzo radio and fluff journalism.

The Press is Going Monthly. Here’s Why.

December 6th, 2012 in Journalism by Jed Morey

Since the days of WLIR and WDRE, breaking new ground is in our DNA. It’s who we are, so it’s what we do. So while it may look as though the Press is downshifting, in reality we are moving forward full throttle.

From Watergate to Occupy Wall Street

March 21st, 2012 in Journalism by Jed Morey

The men who brought down one of the most toxic administrations in American history were lamenting the toxic state of today’s political environment. That’s pretty terrible.

Meeting The Media

March 7th, 2012 in Guests by Katheryn Laible

I hope journalists have faith that their best judgment merits attention. It’s not elitist to expect people to have minds worth stretching.

Betting Long on the Island

February 7th, 2012 in Guests by Katheryn Laible

In a world of shrinking newsrooms, Long Island has so far managed to remain a haven for journalism and educated opinion spanning a breadth of perspective.

Indefinite Detention: NDAA for Fiscal Year 2012

December 21st, 2011 in Journalism by Jed Morey

When the courts are no longer responsible for trying its citizens and the president is given the exclusive right to arbitrate in cases the military deems to be matters of national security, we have already descended far down the slippery slope toward fascism