Media Resources

  • PR Watch - Center for Media and Democracy
    Promoting media that are "of, by, and for the people"
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    Quickly find media resources across the U.S.
  • FAIR - Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting
    A national media watch group that has been offering well-documented criticism of media bias and censorship since 1986.
  • Center for Public Integrity
    Centers on investigative journalism that looks at issues related to government and corporate operation. Issues they cover are typically not brought to the mainstream media and profile operations that need to be monitored for legality and ethics.

  • Democracy Now
    A daily radio and TV news program on over 350 stations pioneering the largest communty media collaboration in the U.S.
  • Air America Radio
    Progressive alternative radio network
  • Common Dreams News Center
    A great progressivist news resource. Excellent and broad perspective. From a group in Maine
  • Freepress - media reform resource
    A nonpartisan organization working toward a more democratic media. Strong focus on "big media" problems.

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Wolfgang P. May

As you indicated, information obtained by torture tends to be unreliable. When I served as Intelligence Operation Officer of the 4th Armored Division in Germany, our professional interrogators told me that they try to develop a rapport with the detainee, and this normally takes a few days, but the information from that effort is almost always very good.

They indicated that torture is only used by pathetic amateurs in their area of expertise. For an insight into the world of the professional interrogator, read "Talking to Victor Charlie" by Tourison.

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