Feb 15, 2014: Tullycast: Bill Nye, Dylan Ratigan and Jeremy Scahill on Real Time w/ Bill Maher
Feb 11, 2014: The Peoples Way: Scahill and Greenwald Inadvertently Reveal Snowden Leaks Have Killed Innocent People and Aided Terrorists
On his MSNBC show last night, Chris Hayes committed journalistic fraud. In a segment titled "Drones, metadata, and "Dirty Wars," Hayes interviewed Jeremy Scahill, the author of an article in a new online magazine called "The Intercept" that purported to outline NSA's use of cell phone metadata to perform targeted drone strikes. While the source of Scahill's article remains anonymous, in the segment, Hayes and Scahill used propaganda tactics that would make Roger Ailes blush.
Dec 5, 2013: Busting News Busters: Noel Sheppard uses condemnation of MSNBC as “state media” by progressive/liberal journalist Jeremy Scahill, from “the far-left Nation magazine”, to launch partisan attack on liberal network
NewsBusters basks in every possible opportunity to pit liberals against liberals, even when it comes to doing it in the most dishonest way possible. They didn’t shy away from that excuse today.
Feb 10, 2014: Tim McCarthy (The Guardian) announces that "Glenn Greenwald's new website launches with fresh NSA revelations." He says "A new website featuring journalist Glenn Greenwald and funded by the billionaire founder of eBay was unveiled early Monday, with two stories about US government surveillance." The Intercept is part of a suite of planned sites to be published by First Look media, founded by eBay chairman Pierre Omidyar. Its editors are Greenwald and fellow journalists Laura Poitras and Jeremy Scahill. The site reported Monday that the National Security Agency has used cell phone geolocation to help pinpoint targets for US drone strikes overseas, and published previously unseen photographs of major US intelligence facilities." The Intercept will focus on reporting based on documents released by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, the site’s editors said in an introductory statement. “Our focus in this very initial stage will be overwhelmingly on the NSA story,” the statement said.
CNN: Greenwald's 'Intercept' to go beyond NSA
Democracy Now: Defying Threats to Journalism, Jeremy Scahill & Glenn Greenwald Launch New Venture, The Intercept
Poynter: Glenn Greenwald’s The Intercept debuts with NSA stories
The Wire: Meet 'The Intercept': Glenn Greenwald's News Site Has Arrived
The Wrap: Glenn Greenwald’s The Intercept Launches with More Edward Snowden Leaks (Video)
Jan 5, 2014: .Publishers Weekly issued their list of the top selling book sof 2013. Here’s the complete list of the top twenty titles for the year: Included on the list: at number 3: Killing Jesus by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard (Henry Holt), 7) Jesus Calling by Sarah Young (Thomas Nelson), 10) Happy, Happy, Happy by Phil Robertson (Howard) 14) Things That Matter by Charles Krauthammer (Crown Forum) and 19) Si-Cology 1 by Si Robertson (Howard). To get an idea of the clientelle Publishers Weekly deals with, their list of of Publishers Weekly Best Books of 2013 include: Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield written by Jeremy Scahill ("The Nations" national security correspondent), Miss Anne in Harlem: The White Women of the Black Renaissance written by Carla Kaplan, and .Men We Reaped: A Memoir by Jesmyn Ward. "Ward writes intimately about the pall of blighted opportunity, lack of education, and circular poverty that hangs over the young, vulnerable African-American inhabitants of DeLisle, Miss."