Norman Solomon
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Norman Solomon is a nationally syndicated columnist on media and politics. His ten books include Unreliable Sources (co-authored with Martin A. Lee), The Power of Babble, False Hope: The Politics of Illusion in the Clinton Era, The Trouble With Dilbert: How Corporate Culture Gets the Last Laugh, The Habits of Highly Deceptive Media and Target Iraq: What the News Media Didn’t Tell You (co-authored with Reese Erlich). His commentary articles on media issues have appeared in a wide range of publications including the Boston Globe, New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, International Herald Tribune, the National Catholic Reporter, Z Magazine and The Progressive. He is an associate of the media watch group FAIR and the executive director of the Institute for Public Accuracy, a nationwide consortium of public-policy researchers.

 

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Z Magazine

An Assault from Obama’s Escalating War on Journalism

Heard the One About Obama Denouncing a Breach of International Law?

The Blind Alley of J Street and Liberal Zionism

The CIA, Amazon, and Washington Post

Time to Renounce the “War On Terror”

New Year, New Era for Progressives and Obama

Making an Example of Ehren Watada

The P.U.-litzer Prizes for 2006

ZNet Articles

An Assault from Obama’s Escalating War on Journalism

Jerry Brown’s service to the gilded state

When Hope Turns Rancid: LBJ and Obama

Playing a Dog-Eared “Hitler” Card

Heard the One About Obama Denouncing a Breach of International Law?

Why Amazon’s CIA Collaboration is so Ominous

A Partner in Assassination

Cut Off the NSA’s Juice

Z Commentary

Why We Need Media Critics Who Are Fiercely Independent

The Feinstein Syndrome

The NSA Deserves a Permanent Shutdown

Obama’s Escalating War on Freedom of the Press

The Pursuit of Edward Snowden: Washington in a Rage, Striving to Run the World

Historic Challenge to Support the Moral Actions of Edward Snowden

Digital Grab: Corporate Power Has Seized the Internet

What Obama Said — and What He Meant — About Climate Change, War and Civil Liberties

Video

The Emperor Has No Clothes

Tea Party, Not Progressives Make a Statement

War Made Easy

War Made Easy

The War Business is Looking Good 1

The War Business is Looking Good 2

ZQuotes

Someday, the news media may get around to re-examining the assumption that killing foreigners in thei…

Winners get to write history, and that starts with the news. Victory in Afghanistan became ample jus…

[S]cattered islands of independent-minded reporting are lost in oceans of the stenographic reliance o…

When a country–particularly a democracy–goes to war, the passive consent of the governed lubricates…

Audio

Media & War Interview

Books

False Hope: The Politics of Illusion in the Clinton Era

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