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Saturday, October 29, 2016

Why so many get the news through social media

Tell me if you see these columns in any newspaper or news program. I'll wait here while you check...
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Back, huh? Then here they are:

Montana Columnist Takes The Media To The Woodshed Over Biased Reporting…  "From Frank Miele of the Daily Inter Lake:
I'll provide a few examples to demonstrate how the reporter inserted personal opinions into a news story, and how easy it was for me as editor to correct them.

The lead of the story was as follows:

"A beleaguered Donald Trump sought to undermine the legitimacy of the U.S. presidential election on Saturday, pressing unsubstantiated claims the contest is rigged against him, vowing anew to jail Hillary Clinton if he's elected and throwing in a baseless insinuation his rival was on drugs in the last debate."

There are three major examples of bias in this one sentence, which would have been fine if the reporter was supposed to be writing an opinion piece, not a news article.
More at the link... 


Time for Newspapers to Retract Endorsements for Hillary  . . . "The sordid behavior of the Clintons as they wormed their way to massive wealth is finally breaking into the consciousness of the general public, and it stinks to high heaven.
"In light of what is now known, how can these newspaper endorsements stand? If these news outlets hope to retain even a fig leaf of credibility for their often-made claims that they stand for good government, they need to immediately retract these endorsements. This does not mean the papers have to come out for Donald Trump, but continuing to stand by Hillary Clinton is truly beyond the pale. To do so would make the media complicit with the Clinton corruption machine and guilty after the fact of their acts." . . .


Hillary’s Truth Meets "Absolute PowerIn the movie, . . . "Neither of them cares one bit about the American people, the economy they have ruined, or the lives that their polices have destroyed. (That is a long list, beginning with the Community Reinvestment Act of 1971, strengthened by Clinton, which forced banks to give home loans to unqualified buyers, that led to the economic crisis of 2008.)





Ethel C. Fenig: When Hillary went low, Michelle joined her  . . . "And if that wasn't enough, Obama added:
And yes...she happens to be a woman.
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"So is that reason enough to vote for her?  Only if you think women need a man to push them into a higher position.  Only if, because you're a woman, you don't understand – or need to – all that silly technological stuff, and you wipe clean (i.e., delete) emails, "like, with a cloth."  Only if you think being "dead broke" means you can afford only a smaller mansion than your neighbors, and you will tell bankers anything to get more money.  And on and on." . . .

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