Saturday, January 16, 2021
Making A Murderer

Why Making A Murderer is Required Viewing

Steven Avery's case aside, the Netflix documentary exposes just how corrupt our justice system can be
progressive pundits

The Top Ten Progressive Pundits

The ten most influential and entertaining progressive commentators from television and radio
trevor noah

Trevor Noah, The Daily Show, and American Prejudice

When the new host of the Daily Show was announced, Americans had mixed reactions
Star Trek

Star Trek – The Conservative Nightmare

Why Conservatives hated Star Trek long before Obama admitted to loving Spock
Catfish

Of Catfish and Cyber-Stalkers

Catfish isn't just a silly TV show, it's a real problem and a dangerous one

Neil deGrasse Tyson: The Great Reconciler

Unlike some scientists, Tyson works for a broader audience, regardless of religious beliefs
jon stewart

An Open Letter to Jon Stewart

Jon Stewart's flippant attitude towards voting has turned a longtime fan against him
Jon Stewart

Jon Stewart, Sensationalism and the Fairness Doctrine

Jon Stewart tries to follow the Fairness Doctrine as the corporate media continues to favor sensationalism over substance
Shark Week

Discovery’s Shark Week has Betrayed the Sharks

Discovery Channel brought me beauty in a bad world. It showed me that with education, there is diminished terror. But now Shark Week has become Sharknado without the cyclone, and Discovery should be renamed The Hyperbole Channel
Aereo

Aereo and the Future of Television

last month the Supreme Court heard arguments in a case called ABC v. Aereo. American Broadcasting Service is suing a streaming service for copyright infringement. At first glance, it looks like a David and Goliath case where Aereo is a little guy being bullied by a huge television network