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The media problem - part 4
examinerpublications ^ | 2014-01-29 | Rich & Larry Trzupek

Posted on 01/29/2014 7:39:32 PM PST by stylin19a

I’d expect that if the political sympathies of the populace could be graphed, they’d display a bell curve, with some degree of distortion to the left due to incessant propagandizing by the MSM. As with any bell curve, there’s going to be a small number of data points in the narrow tails; among the far left, there are those who undoubtedly want to know more about the detention camps the Tea Party is planning for black people, the deal the Papal Nuncio has with Rick Santorum to contaminate our oral contraceptive supplies with ricin, and the plot the Koch Brothers have been hatching to take over the Federal Reserve and the EPA.....

That evening, with a feeling of general discouragement, I went to one of my usual alternate sources of news, Free Republic, just to see what was going on in the rest of the world that day......

(Excerpt) Read more at examinerpublications.com ...


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Nice plug for freerepublic about a blast from the past
1 posted on 01/29/2014 7:39:32 PM PST by stylin19a
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To: stylin19a

The farther the schools get from teaching forms of critical thinking, the easier time the media has programming its brainwashed fools. In my day, we were taught critical thinking, even though it came from leftist instructors.


2 posted on 01/29/2014 8:48:04 PM PST by Luke21
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