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The Daily Howler Clear and well documented press corp critiques
Human Rights Watch Excellent journalists tackle many of the world's most important stories.
GovEngine.com A VERY comprehensive reference to Federal, State and Local government web sites. For your convenience: Maryland Gov't or MD Local Gov'ts.
Foreign Policy In Focus is excellent. Checkout this specially recommended article: "The Men Who Stole the Show."
Greg Palast's site Palast is an ex-patriate journalist who found it advantageous to report on America's real - and growing - scandals at a distance.
One World Informs the public of issues the commercial media largely ignores about inequality and the lack of civil rights around the World.
Talk Left Liberal media and discussion.
Baltimore IndyMedia Our local connection to the lively IndyMedia universe!
Common Dreams Alternative news.
Online Journal Alternative news.
Alternet Alternative news.
BushWatch Anti-Bush Headline links.
The MediaChannel is a media issues supersite, featuring criticism, breaking news, and investigative reporting from hundreds of organizations worldwide. As the media watch the world, we watch the media.
[This newspaper is a proud affiliate.]
Impact Press Covers the issues in a non-capitalistic way.
SCREED Angry anti-Republican news reference.
t r u t h o u t Concise coverage of Bad Stuff.
Citizens for Legitimate Government Well named. A news reference and on-line community.
The Daily Howler Spirited critique of the Washington press corps. [Inactive beginning April '02]
Salon.com Progressive zine that includes original investigative reporting on current news topics.
The American Prospect The aim of The American Prospect is to contribute to a renewal of America's democratic traditions by presenting a practical and convincing vision of liberal philosophy, politics, and public life.
Electronic Policy Network A consortium of top public policy organizations and advocacy groups, the Electronic Policy Network provides timely information and leading ideas about the policies and politics that shape our world.



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Health Care & Environment

09.22 How to Win a War on Drugs

09.22 EPA Forces Staff to Attend Anti-Leak Classes as Attack on Environment Continues

09.22 The Fight From Below Seen From Above: New Map Details Local Fossil Fuel Resistance

09.21 THE PARIS AGREEMENT DISPUTE IS A DISTRACTION. THE REAL BATTLE IS PLAYING OUT IN THE EPA.

09.21 The world's largest cruise ship and its supersized pollution problem

09.20 The Best Health Care System in the World: Which One Would You Pick? [the obvious question not asked: "which of these countries has the worst 'system'"]

09.20 G.O.P. Get-Well-Soon Cards

09.20 Clean Energy Is America’s Next Frontier & Path to a Safer Climate

09.20 Trump’s Response to Climate-Related Disasters: Open America’s “Crown Jewels” to Oil Drilling [“Stupid is as stupid does.” –Forrest Gump]

09.19 Canadian Doctor to U.S.: Try Single-Payer Health Care Instead Of Trashing It

09.18 China to buy $300 mn. in Lab-Grown Meat from Israel

09.18 Women of childbearing age around world suffering toxic levels of mercury

09.17 China to send over 100 pollution inspection teams to cities around Beijing

09.16 The Health Care Debate We’re Not Having [we need to fully expose and root-out America's profit-obsessed, mafia-like healthcare practices]

09.16 Conflicts and Climate Change Fueling Rise in World Hunger

09.16 Driving force: are electric cars crowding out traditional engines?

News Media Matters

09.20 Still Getting It Wrong: How Media Pundits Keep Steering Democrats into the Shoals

Daily: FAIR Blog
The Daily Howler

US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'

09.22 Read: Bernie Sanders's big foreign policy speech

09.21 Racial Inequality Is Hollowing Out America’s Middle Class

09.21 Deadbeat Democrats

09.21 Trump's pick for chemical safety chief called 'voice of the chemical industry' [“Stupid is as stupid does.” –Forrest Gump]

09.20 The Zombie Party

09.20 “He took the job and made it smaller”: how Rex Tillerson failed the State Department

09.20 The Graham-Cassidy Bill Is Another G.O.P. Atrocity

09.20 New Health Repeal Shows GOP’s Reckless Disregard for Our Lives

Justice Matters
High Crimes?

09.20 New Research Reveals There Are More Than 40 Million Slaves Worldwide

Economics, Crony Capitalism

09.22 Capitalism: The Nightmare

09.21 Trump’s Tax Plan: A Billion or Three for Guys Like Him

09.21 We Get Sick, They Get Rich

International & Futurism

09.22 There is No Trump Doctrine, Only Contradictions and Bluster

09.22 A Dizzying Week of Trump-Russia Revelations

09.22 BERNIE SANDERS: SAUDI ARABIA IS “NOT AN ALLY” AND THE U.S. SHOULD “RETHINK” ITS APPROACH TO IRAN

09.22 Iranian Leader: Trump is “Disturbed,” speaks like a Cowboy or Mobster

09.21 Inside the Inspiring Citizen Response to Mexico's Earthquake

09.21 Gun Stocks Surge as Trump Pushes to Ease Export Regulations for Assault Weapons [“Stupid is as stupid does.” –Forrest Gump]

09.21 Centrism.biz: Scathing New Parody Site Rips Mask Off 'Zombie Neoliberalism'

09.20 Russia becomes Iraq Kurds' top funder, quiet about independence vote

09.20 Donald Trump’s War Doctrine Débuts, at the U.N.

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