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9/11, the media and the ‘War on Terror’

Had U.S. done the right thing, thousands of lives could have been saved

Today, mediaspin received a remarkable report from veteran journalist Nick Fillmore reviewing coverage of the 9/11 attacks. Nick’s piece—printed here by permission—raises fundamental questions about the many myths and suppressed facts around 9/11. en years after close to 3,000 people … Continue reading

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9/11, the media and the ‘War on Terror’

Had U.S. done the right thing, thousands of lives could have been saved

McLuhan, Murdoch and the ‘free’ press

n a breathtaking burst of editorial recklessness, Saturday’s Globe and Mail honored the 100th anniversary of Marshall McLuhan’s birth by pairing a glaringly superficial piece defending the British tabloids with an insightful article on the master himself. Michael Posner’s 1,500 … Continue reading

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McLuhan, Murdoch and the ‘free’ press