MAIN is a local non-profit aggregator of local, state and national news that has long championed freedom of the press issues | More>

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Asheville Citizen-Times lays off more journalists | News reported Jan. 28, 2019, by Jason Sandford, via More>

Asheville's only local television station is less local now under Sinclair ownership | WLOS 13 ABC in Asheville is now owned, and affected, by ultra-conservative Sinclair Broadcasting Group's nationwide mandatory content policy, as warns viewers "Watch Sinclair Broadcast Group News Anchors Parrot Their Bosses’ Opinions in Perfect, Deafening Unison," written by Matthew Dessem and published Mar. 31, 2018: More> | Related article, "News. Traffic. Weather. Trump: How Sinclair Broadcast Group and Boris Epshteyn took administration propaganda from the Oval Office to the local news," by Katy Waldman and published July 21, 2017, tackles the "less local, more conservatively vocal" national opinion policy required by Sinclair owners of WLOS TV-13: More>

'Trump continues stirring dangerous hatred of the media' | "Journalists are facing a wave of violent threats inspired by the president. But he won't stop the incitement," writes Mark Follman, Mar. 10, 2019, published by More>

'Jeff Soros vs. National Enquirer' | News posted Feb. 8, 2019, via More>

Free 'Times' | Enjoy three days of the New York Times online absolutely, positively, completely for free on May 3, 4 & 5, 2019. It's proof great stuff is free, sometimes, such as now at More> | RELATED: The reason "Why the Times is taking down its paywall for 3 days," More> | RELATED: 'Ditch Netflix for a novel,' opinion essay by novelist Ben Dolvick, published May 4, 2019, via More>

Hate crawls back under its rock, as New Zealand shows its beauty and love of life to the world | "By not publicizing its name or manifesto, the shooter returned to a live without distinction and crawled back under the rock from whence it came... hate." Noteworthy political cartoon posted at More>



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Facebook's Zuckerman flubs privacy concerns and commitments | April 12, 2018, report by More>

New proposed laws to censor the Internet are now barreling through the U.S. Congress | Stop Congress, lobbyists and corporations that want to censor the Internet - and jail violators under proposed legislative acts, known as PIPA and SOPA | But there is at least one Congressman who is blowing the whistle and encouraging you to contact your congressman to stop the proposed SOPA and PIPA legislation | More>

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