does the public own NPR? do they have obligations to the public interest?
do working people have a voice on "their" airwaves?
are there any conduits at the national level that are not owned by billionaires?
do you really place faith and trust in these resources?
I know they used to call it the "idiot box" but that was long before telecom deregulation.
what should they call it now?
Source: Associated Press
The chief executive of the Democratic National Committee and two other top officials have resigned in the wake of an email hack that embarrassed the party on the eve of its presidential nominating convention.
CEO Amy Dacey, chief finance officer Brad Marshall and communications director Luis Miranda left their jobs on Tuesday, the party said in a statement.
The resignations are the latest fallout from the hacked emails, which exposed an apparent lack of neutrality in the primary race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, with some party officials disparaging Sanders.
Marshall wrote the most explosive email, questioning Sanders' Jewish faith and suggesting he could be portrayed as an atheist. He has apologized for the missive.
Earlier, party chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigned her position and, after being booed at a pre-convention appearance last week in Philadelphia, chose not to speak from the convention stage.
Read more: http://www.fresnobee.com/latest-news/article93249722.html
they broke the rules and did whatever they could.
Brooks Brothers in slower mo.
a little, or a lot?
good, bad or indifferent?
what is your experience here?
or should we just see how things play out?
do you ever wonder that?
HAPPY 4th of July to those
intrepid souls who feel
the truth is more important
than some corporate product or bottom line!
the rest is apparent.
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