The power elites that rule America are threatening the First Amendment again—and the assault is not coming just from government agencies.
“As usual when someone commits a real act of journalism aimed at the most powerful in the U.S., those leading the charge against him are other journalists, who so tellingly regard actual journalism as a gauche and irreverent crime against those who wield the greatest power and thus merit the greatest deference,” writes Glenn Greenwald at The Intercept.
A towering wave of criticism washes over the Republican front-runner in response to his race-baiting comments.
UPDATE: Turns out that publicly declaring that migrants from Mexico to the U.S. are almost all "rapists" and criminals prone to shepherding drugs across the border -- with a few as-yet-unconfirmed "good people" mixed in -- doesn't make for ideal neighborly relations.
Janio Salinas was buried alive in sugar. A newly released accident report and an undercover investigation by Univision reveal the obstacles OSHA faces in its temp worker safety initiative.
What are the odds that California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman's having hired and fired an undocumented worker would come up during the Univision debate? Opponent Jerry Brown lets Whitman have it for, like the worst rich-lady stereotype, blaming the housekeeper.
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos isn't just the host of L.A. and New York's No. 1 news broadcast (in any language), he's also a leading booster for the energy that Latin American immigrants bring to the U.S.