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How the Mainstream Media Finally Drove Me Mad

michigander4 Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 9:40 AM
Even my little hometown newspaper, which for a century was a more or less centrist purveyor of the truth, has become a New York Times wannabee. I cancelled my subscription four years ago when its editorial board threw centrist-war-hero-patriot John McCain under the bus and endorsed Obama. The only thing I miss is the sports page and the obituaries. Thank God for FoxNews.
amurrell Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 12:21 PM
We live in LA, Michigander--so you can imagine the print propaganda floating here. We get ALL our news online now; print is officially dead--long live New Media ;-)


That’s what it finally took to get anyone in the mainstream media to talk about Benghazi.  But of course they’re not talking about the brutal murder of four Americans on 9/11/12, nor the potential cover-up occurring now—nope, it’s all about sex, baby.

Yes, I’ve known for years that the mainstream media news was not only dead but had never really existed other than as a political tool for the progressive agenda.  Still, I had hopes that a story as huge as Benghazi would cut across political lines and get the attention it deserved.  I thought maybe there would...

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