Wednesday Night #1418
May 6, 2009, No Comments

The market and the economy The TSX has broken through the ten thousand barrier first achieved in 2000 and there is some ...

Enough With the 100 Days Already
May 3, 2009, No Comments

By Frank Rich (NYT Op-Ed) BELIEVE it or not, there are Americans who have a “very negative” opinion of Barack Obama ...

Jon Stewart on business news reporting
March 20, 2009, No Comments

Schott’s Vocab A new blog by Ben Schott on the words and phrases that encapsulate the times in which we live. Cram ...

Inauguration January 20, 2009
January 22, 2009, No Comments

President Obama Vows Era of Responsibility “Let it be said by our children’s children that when we were tested we re ...

U.S. Presidential Campaign: Media bias
November 11, 2008, No Comments

This is a very important issue. It happens that in the case of this election, we share the ‘elite, liberal’ ...

Studs Terkel
October 31, 2008, No Comments

Studs Terkel: He’ll Never Be Silenced Remembering the original guerrilla journalist By Jeff Cohen, director of the Par ...

Paul Krugman wins Nobel Prize for economics
October 14, 2008, 1 Comment

An interesting morning The good Krugman Bill Watson in the National Post Despite his political views, free-market econom ...

Beijing Olympics III
August 28, 2008, 6 Comments

NBC coverage and Photos of venues Reuters   New York Times     CBC China, Beijing Olympics ; Tibet Official websit ...

China, Beijing Olympics II
August 7, 2008, 1 Comment

China, Beijing Olympics ; Tibet Official website The Official Mascots of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games The Olympic Embl ...

Bad Days for Newsrooms—and Democracy
July 23, 2008, No Comments

July 21 By Chris Hedges (Truthdig) The decline of newspapers is not about the replacement of the antiquated technology o ...