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Tag: Elizabeth Warren

The Beginning of a Political Revolution Led By Young Women By Robin Barnes

Parsing Talk of Danger, Targets, Hell and Bimbos This blog is largely devoted to media analysis, featuring original posts or those written by others that speak to issues surrounding media influence in public debate. The 2016 Election coverage offers the more grist for the mill than nearly any other source, as it provides a first-hand […]

Donald Trump is to Bernie Sanders as Archie Bunker is to Jon Stewart

Elite media often blur distinctions between right-wing populism and progressive populism — as though there’s not all that much difference between appealing to xenophobia and racism on the one hand and appealing for social justice and humanistic solidarity on the other.

Elizabeth Warren heckled – “Socialist Whore” By Robin Barnes

Wipe the slate clean with Elizabeth Warren and her cohorts at the head of the table.

Elizabeth Warren Grew Up on the Ragged Edge of the Middle Class and Leading Scott Brown

Elizabeth Warren Grew Up on the Ragged Edge of the Middle Class and Leading Scott Brown

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“The Role of Government is to Write the Rules,” Elizabeth Warren for US Senate

Elizabeth Warren is exploring a run for the US Senate, and hopefully for President of the United States in 2016 (and 2020). She has a no-nonsense, transparency of financial rights and responsibilities philosophy that will be good for the United States economy.

Media Pundits Star in the Theater of the Absurd By Robin Barnes

Why the public feels moved to discuss anyone else’s sexual proclivities, and stand by to watch the press stalk and dig through every nuance of Maria Shriver’s life, rather than taking to the streets in support of Elizabeth Warren’s leadership of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and ongoing efforts to stabilize the economy, I confess, is beyond me.