The NFL is about profit, and their commitment to profit often comes at the expense of the competition.
Undermining the creation of an equitable system is the propagandistic corporate media, which serves the interests of those in power by soiling public opinion on resistance efforts.
The laws and methods aimed at curtailing sexual assault generate political capital for politicians, but lack empirical data to prove their accuracy.
Lehman like Enron, World Com, Goldman Sachs, Bear Sterns, AIG and countless other companies is an example of how a business’s greedy pursuit of profits breeds corruption.
Neo-liberals created a market for expanded mass incarceration by preying on citizens’ fears of crime which politicians in turn use to win elections.
Reagan’s successor President George H. W. Bush was elected by attacking his “liberal” opponent for being “soft on crime.” President Bill Clinton added 100,000 new police officers, $9.7 billion in prison funding, $6.1 billion prevention programs, 60 new death penalty worthy offenses, and a ban on education to inmates. President George W. Bush was elected in part due to his record of 152 executions as Governor of Texas.
KPFA could argue their event fees are what enable their large budget, but that would ignore the reckless and costly money management of KPFA.
The political and economic elite have responded with propaganda and violence to the revelations of the millennial media revolution.
Millennials are using the Internet to spread information relevant to the public.
In the millennial’s era, the de-regulated news media gears its broadcasts for profit not the distribution of relevant information.