Originally aired: January 8, 2023 Let’s agree to disagree. It’s a concept that may be getting lost in today’s heated discourse over practically everything. It’s also the title of a book co-authored by critical thinking expert Mickey Huff, director of […]
Media Literacy expert Nolan Higdon talks about the ongoing manipulation of our basic information, the Twitter files, the false Russia narrative weaponized against President Trump, and more.
Let’s agree to disagree. It’s a concept that may be getting lost in today’s heated discourse over practically everything. It’s also the title of a book co-authored by critical thinking expert Mickey Huff, director of Project Censored and president of
This story first aired in 2019 and is extremely relevant to controversies in the new today. We’ve entered a brave, new world in the information age. Where it can be tough to know what’s real. Now there are movements to
I am pleased to have written the forward to the latest edition of Project Censored’s most censored news stories: Through the Looking Glass. Description below: The establishment media can make us sick of news even as we’re starving for it.
[Above image: Satellite image of damage after earthquake and tsunami at Fukushima Dai Ichi Power Plant, Japan March 16, 2011 (credit: DigitalGlobe)] Project Censored (The News That Didn’t Make News) is out with Censored 2016: its new annual list of Most Censored news
One of the most frequent questions people ask me after reading Stonewalled is: Where can I find good journalism that speaks truth to power in a fearless fashion? The traditional television news networks, national print organizations and local news still