Category Archives: Media

Net neutrality dissent censored by the establishment media

What is the most amazing to me about this latest power grab by the bureaucracy is how successfully the establishment media has muted the voices of dissent. The dissent has been vigorous and compelling, but unpublicized. I first noticed this … Continue reading

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Will the real Faux News please stand up

It’s been interesting following this Brian Williams scandal. The problem NBC executives had in dealing with him, as I read from NBC sources, was that the audience really likes him, and most of the responses they got from their audience … Continue reading

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Brit Hume of Fox News – fair, balanced, and afraid

It was two weeks ago when Brit Hume, senior political analyst at Fox News, had a most interesting, and to me amazing commentary. He was talking about voter ID laws and bemoaning the inability of the Republicans and Democrats to … Continue reading

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Obama’s campaign against the First Amendment

As I assess this dust-up about Bob Woodward being “threatened” by the White House, part of me wants to break out laughing and part of me wants to dress in black to commemorate the sorry state of the American news … Continue reading

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Bias doesn’t even begin to describe this. It’s abject corruption of the media.

I watch how the establishment media treat this unfolding of the story of the meltdown of U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East, and I remain in a state of shock. I have wanted to write about this for days, … Continue reading

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“The Iron Lady” – a clever way to demean a truly great woman.

Last weekend my wife and I went to see The Iron Lady. I had read an interview with the producer, Damien Jones, where he answered a question about the objectivity of the movie saying that it was praised by both … Continue reading

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The Left trying to respond to James O’Keefe – so fun to watch!

I was reading from www.nj.com their article about NPR chief Vivian Schiller getting canned. The story warms my heart, because the Left survives so much on pretense, and I love it when pretenders get exposed for what they really are. … Continue reading

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Corruption in the Conservative media?

This is an e-mail posting I received from a liberal from St. Paul who calls himself Ruck, responding to me writing about corruption in the establishment media. In an earlier posting, I called NPR’s firing of Juan William and example … Continue reading

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Bruce St. James, think a little more deeply, please.

It’s the first time I caught Bruce St. James’s show on KTAR-FM radio in Phoenix. It’s people like him that make it really hard to reform the government. He gets the general idea, but is muddled about the solutions. He … Continue reading

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Charles Krauthammer, What Did You Just Say about Michele Bachmann?

I know that Charles Krauthammer is a contributor to NPR and writes a column for the Washington Post. Therefore, he has to be careful not to be too conservative. That’s just how it works. He likes his paychecks. He wants … Continue reading

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The Intolerance of the Left Illustrated by NPR

Conservatives live in frustration trying to deal with the dissembling of the Left. And one of those aggravating pretenses with which they deceive so many people is that they are tolerant and broad-minded.¬† Often it seems that they deceive even … Continue reading

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NPR Isn’t Just Biased – It’s Corrupt

It’s been a gradual process, the deterioration of NPR as an ethical news source. I began listening to NPR in the mornings to get my news when I got fed up with ABC Radio¬†News’ obsession with OJ Simpson in 1994. … Continue reading

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