Fund Raiser Set Up For KICI Radio On Facebook

If there is one thing I am certain of it is that the extreme right’s near total control of the…

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Fund Raiser Set Up For KICI Radio On Facebook

If there is one thing I am certain of it is that the extreme right’s near total control of the…

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Not #MeToo

I was young and naive. Isn’t that how these narratives are supposed to start? I was 21 years old, working…

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Community Media and Ensuring the Future of Public Access

Interview with Bill Nicholas Johnson, former Commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission (1966-1973) about community television, the history of public…

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Community Media and Ensuring the Future of Public Access

Interview with Nicholas Johnson, former Commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission (1966-1973) about community television, the history of public access,…

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Pulitzer Winner Art Cullen Warns of Wintersteen Presidency

[embedded content] In a letter to the editor of the Iowa State Daily student newspaper, Storm Lake Times editor Art…

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One White House reporter’s stunning inside view of access journalism

“I personally love it when he tweets,” said Bloomberg correspondent Jennifer Jacobs of President Donald Trump during a recent appearance…

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Criminal Justice Reform Advocate Compares Kim Reynolds to MLK Jr., JFK

IowaPolitics.com/Flickr A fawning column published last Tuesday in the Des Moines Register by the director of a national criminal justice…

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Health care debate explodes myth of Kim Reynolds the researcher

This year’s Congressional health care debate exposed a lot of hypocrisy and dishonesty among Republicans who never had a solid…

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Neo-Nazi Propaganda Hits Ames Again, This Time on School Board Candidate’s Yard Sign

Monic for Ames/Facebook On Sunday, white supremacist propaganda similar to that found multiple times last fall on Iowa State University’s…

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