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The Media's Myopic Partisanship

ajb3 Wrote: Dec 12, 2012 12:56 PM
So is there anything we can do to convince the MSM they need to do a better job of, at least, reporting on all the relevant facts instead of culling out the ones they'd rather we not hear? A bunch of readers/viewers staging a protest that we're not getting the truth we've been promised? Threatening mass cancellation of subscriptions (could work on the L.A. Times, they're just getting out of bankruptcy)...? Do we just need to work harder at getting our own story out there? Or are the biased media types so entrenched it's hopeless--except to hope for divine intervention?
jander Wrote: Dec 12, 2012 5:59 PM
Good questions. I think it's hopeless, outside of some conservative billionaire buying one of the major networks and cleaning house of all the liberal bs. Of course, then that network would just get the same treatment as Fox News. Funny how liberals never complain about MSNBC.

Below, this site has documented the violence perpetrated by pro-union thugs relating to the passage of right-to-work legislation in Michigan yesterday.

But check out the major MSM news sites the day after some pretty spectacular violence.  As Scott Johnson points out, The New York Times piece completely misses many of the salient details, most notably, the thuggery.  This morning, CNN is running a news analysis on why unions are losing power; there's nothing on its home page discussing the pro-union violence.  Nothing to see on the LA Times home page, either; its piece delicately references "acrimony" in the...