The Resoc Group is composed of all those who participated in the Resoc Project of 2009-10, plus all those who join the group using the link in the conent box at the top of the third column.
The Resoc Project Site includes the history of that project, the key components and submissions, interviews, comments, the Resoc Poll, etc. etc. We hope you will pay it a visit. Some of the material appears here as well.
More, while the Resoc Project pages include all content that was created specifically for the project, including well over 120 articles on vision and strategy, this Group Page provides a way to access all content of any kind any Resoc group member have put on ZCom at any time since the group was founded. It provides Resoc members with a collective blog, a means to communicate with each other, etc.
In the real politics of the emerging struggle over Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, there’s a very big difference between expressing opposition to benefit cuts and promising not to vote for them
In an interview with The Real News, Norman Solomon, a member the national advisory committee Progressive Democrats of America, said that rather than forsaking the Democratic party for grassroots progressive movements, the two should be used simult...
When The New York Times published its explosive "Pentagon Pundits" story on April 20, the result was a wave of criticism directed at the Defense Department for manipulating TV news coverage of the Iraq war. Critics also faulted the networks for fa...
Norman Solomon is a nationally syndicated columnist on media and politics. His ten books include ... more
Norman Solomon is a nationally syndicated columnist on media and politics. His ten books include Unreliable Sources (co-authored with Martin A. Lee), The Power of Babble, False Hope: The Politics of Illusion in the Clinton Era, The Trouble With Dilbert: How Corporate Culture Gets the Last Laugh, The Habits of Highly Deceptive Media and Target Iraq: What the News Media Didnâ€™t Tell You (co-authored with Reese Erlich). His commentary articles on media issues have appeared in a wide range of publications including the Boston Globe, New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, International Herald Tribune, the National Catholic Reporter, Z Magazine and The Progressive. He is an associate of the media watch group FAIR and the executive director of the Institute for Public Accuracy, a nationwide consortium of public-policy researchers.