Private corporate power hates nothing more than "bad apples" within. So, private corporate power owns “independent investigative reporters" to expose them—and awards Pulitzer Prizes to further entrench the immense private corporate power of its own “our free press.”  UCLA's "True Bruins"

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The constantly spinning revolving door between the Los Angeles Times and UCLA is how immense private corporate power (and its billionaires) generates the army of ideological managers (and groveling sycophants) it must employ to serve, perpetuate and ruthlessly protect the private corporate ownership of the nation's economy and its corporate-owned status quo.

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