Skip to comments.Some Journalists Get It Right On Guns And Liberty
Posted on 03/15/2009 9:05:20 AM PDT by Copernicus
He's right. I have a growing category of stories on The War on Guns I call "Authorized Journalists."
I use it to illustrate pervasive media bias and ignorance when it comes to reporting on guns and gun rights-related stories. I then use that to stick it to mainstream reporters and columnists attacking bloggers as unreliable and blaming us for dinosaur media failing to adapt to a changing environment.
My message is basically this: You guys blew the trust you were given. If we did not have alternative media, stories would go unreported, under-reported, misrepresented and outright fabricated. You were supposed to be government watchdogs, and too many of you turned into lapdogs and cheerleaders for the state. And you still don't get it.
(Excerpt) Read more at examiner.com ...
If you click the links to the Wisconsin Newspaper you will see extensive quotes from the Judge's ruling about Open Carry.
Best regards to all,
-—I was surprise to see the LA Times saying what they did in the third paragraph-—
I was surprised to hear NPR (Nitwit Propaganda Radio) remind us Ghandi was a Cambridge lawyer and lived well in a mansion supplied by a donor who was quoted as saying "It takes a lot of money to keep this man in poverty" as part of a report on an auction of his sandals and personal effects.
Since the donor chose to pay for the house, I’m forced to assume that he meant that literally, without irony. Hard to believe, but if he meant it in the obvious, ironic way, he wouldn’t have paid for the house.