Amy Goodman

Amy Goodman is the host of Democracy Now!, a daily international TV/radio news hour airing on 650 stations in North America. Check out Democracy Now! on rabbletv.

Columnists
Aug 29, 2008

Poverty is the real scandal

Former Sen. John Edwards was supposed to speak in Denver at the Democratic National Convention. His wife, Elizabeth Edwards, was to speak also. Poverty was their focus. But they are not here because
Columnists
Jul 3, 2008

It's not the man, it's the movement

I was on a panel at the Aspen Ideas Festival in Colorado this week when <i>Newsweek</i>'s Jonathan Alter asked me, "Is Obama a sellout?" The question isn't whether he is a sellout or not &#151; it's
Columnists
Jun 12, 2008

This way to better media

"This way to better media," read the floor sign directing people through a skyway to the Minneapolis Convention Center. Thousands of people gathered there for the fourth National Conference for Media
Columnists
May 26, 2008

Presidential race ignores arms race

As the U.S. presidential race continues, so does the arms race worldwide. People &#151; civilians, children &#151; are being killed and maimed, on a daily basis, by unexploded cluster bombs and land
Columnists
May 13, 2008

The U.S. war on journalists

Sami al-Haj is a free man today, after having been imprisoned by the U.S. military for more than six years. His crime: journalism.
Columnists
May 2, 2008

Ticker tape ain't spaghetti

Food riots are erupting around the world. Protests have occurred in Egypt, Cameroon, the Philippines, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Mauritania and Senegal. Sarata Guisse, a Senegalese demonstrator, told
Columnists
Apr 24, 2008

The single-payer solution

As the media coverage of the Democratic presidential race continues to focus on lapel pins and pastors, America is ailing. As I travel around the country, I find people are angry and motivated.
Columnists
Apr 17, 2008

The Orangeburg Massacre

Sen. Barack Obama is clearly a bad bowler. The networks rolled the video clip of his gutter ball endlessly across our TV screens. It was an Internet favorite. The media served it, and the public ate
Columnists
Sep 18, 2008

Wall Street socialists

The financial crisis gripping the U.S. has the largest banks and insurance companies begging for massive government bailouts. The bank

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