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The Media's Myopic Partisanship

eddie again Wrote: Dec 12, 2012 11:21 AM
how is knowledge acquired? most fundamentally, knowledge is acquired in elementary and secondary school. who controls the money that funds the acquiring of knowledge? the government. consequently, the less knowledge the citizen's have the less power the citizens have. the less power the citizens have, the more easily they are controlled. while it is a serious problem that the msm is controlled by totalitarian elitists, it is an even MORE serious problem that the elementary and secondary schools are controlled by the government. it is the nature of govenment to possess and seek to increase its power. if the government can increase its power by making its citizens more ignorant, that is what government will do.

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...