The Big Brother role that corporations and the elite play in society may not come as a surprise to you. However, have you ever asked yourself, “How do they actually control the people within the government?”
The gap on climate action isn’t between Republicans and Democrats. It’s between wealthy Republicans and everyone else.
As we learn more and more about the tenor of the Trump transition, a key part of its regulatory rollback strategy on climate change is coming into focus.
Media literacy lessons aim to make teenagers savvier about what they read online.
Journalists operate on an assumption: When facts and lies compete in the marketplace of ideas, facts win. The assumption was tested — and it failed.
After eight years of being banished and sometimes vilified by the Obama administration, the fossil fuel industry is enjoying a remarkable resurgence as its executives and lobbyists shape President-elect Donald Trump’s policy agenda and staff his administration.
Americans are skeptical Trump will extricate himself from corporate empire, which some say is already threatening U.S. stability and interests.
President-elect says he’s open-minded, but his nominees don’t seem to be.
Let’s be clear: Donald Trump’s choice for Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, has never been a teacher or a principal or a superintendent. She’s never run a school or a school district, and if she has any experience with higher education other than having been a student, there’s no record of it.
On today’s show we have Lisa Graves from the Center for Media and Democracy back on the show to discuss Donald Trump’s frightening choice to head the Department of Education, Betsy DeVos, as well as a disturbing Trump climate change memo.