Politics

Big Tech Still Has A Totalitarianism Problem

The biggest news story of the past few years is one that the mainstream press won’t touc...

Politics

Tim Hetherington

Photographers: The First Casualties of War

When journalists die in some foreign field, they die for you. Without them, your knowledge...

Journalism

On Guarding the Public’s Right to Ignorance and Meeting With Julian Assange

We must hang together, gentlemen…else, we shall most assuredly hang separately. "€...

Journalism

Is it Better to Be Misunderstood or Ignored?

After I recently savaged Rich Lowry's syndicated review of Deirdre McCloskey's book Bourge...

Politics

The New York Sun in Memoriam

The end of this month "€“ September 30, 2010, to be exact "€“ will mark the second ann...

Politics

The Frank Rich Syndrome

Thank God for air conditioning. A scorching Labor Day weekend found me home-bound, doing r...

Journalism

Insight from the Outside: Seeing the USA from Pravda and Al-Jazeera’s Eyes

Living in America, one doesn"€™t tend to pay attention to the rest of the world. Among t...

Journalism

Independent Columnists Perhaps, But Not Independent Minds

Independent Columnists Perhaps, But Not Independent Minds

The Independent is a newspaper with intellectual pretensions, and unlike most British pape...