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Julia Hollar

Julie Hollar

Julie Hollar is FAIR’s senior analyst and managing editor. Julie has a Ph.D. in Political Science from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

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Corporate Media Obsess About Trump, But Ignore Broad GOP Attack on Democracy

In their obsession with Trump’s win/loss record and their desperate search for “moderate” Republicans, journalists whitewash GOP candidates who paved the way for Trumpism and, ultimately, seek the same end—minority rule—by only slightly different means.

Julie Hollar ·


Media Shocked by the Leak, Not the Right-Wing Supreme Court's Opinion

Too many elite media outlets focused on the leak itself and treated the issue as a political football, rather than centering the real-world implications the opinion would have for everyday people.

Julie Hollar ·


WaPo Gives Bigots Platform to Control Narrative on Sexual Politics in Schools

These malicious accusations, part of a spreading movement led by Florida's "Don't Say Gay" law, have not a shred of truth to them.

Julie Hollar ·


Media Ignores Biden Stealing Billions From the Afghan People

Giving them back half of the money that is rightfully theirs in the form of "aid"—instead of returning it to the banking system—is not only a band-aid that doesn't solve the country's liquidity problem—it's nearly impossible to do anyway, given the sanctions still in place.

Julie Hollar ·


Authoritarian RNC Renounces Corporate Debate System It Helped Create

While we shouldn't mourn the apparent end of the CPD debates, we must insist that our news media cover the GOP’s unabating authoritarian push.

Julie Hollar ·


Corporate Media Ignore US Sanctions Driving Starvation Threat in Afghanistan

With no mention of what was causing the crisis, or what kind of help was actually needed, Pannell's report had the effect of painting the US as a benevolent actor that just wasn't doing quite enough to address a largely inevitable situation.

Julie Hollar ·


CNN Missed Opportunity to Ask Sinema the Hard Questions

If access is only used to polish the image of the powerful, that's propaganda, not journalism.

Julie Hollar ·


Media's False Election Lesson: 'Ambitious' Dems Must Move to the Right

Corporate media's "move to the right" narrative—supposedly based on listening to the people—works to ensure that the people don't get what they want.

Julie Hollar ·

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