"The LA Times devotes more ink to the effects of small amounts of meth and marijuana than to the effects of a police officer pressing his gun directly into Charly's chest and pulling the trigger."
War-hawk politicians have no problem wielding racism and bigotry when it is in their political interest.
"Puerto Rico is almost like a wholly owned subsidiary of the US economy."
The New York Observer does not seem to have much concern about conflict of interest when it comes to its publisher's real estate investments.
Puerto Rico's debt crisis has meant closing schools, losing jobs and cutting healthcare options--so why on the mainland is it just a business story?
A New York Times piece bizarrely implies that labor abuses by US companies or their contractors are a thing of the past.
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Coverage of civilian deaths in Yemen by major US media outlets has been cursory and superficial.
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