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  • Janesville man spotted doctoring of photo from war in Middle East

    08/16/2006 8:17:46 AM PDT · by Kryptonite · 38 replies · 2,328+ views
    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ^ | 8/16/06 | MARK JOHNSON
    He initiated uproar that exposed ethics breach The furor over a photograph began in such a quiet, ordinary way. Mike Thorson, a Janesville artist and part owner of a tool distribution company, was sitting at his computer on a Saturday, checking a few news sites after looking at his e-mail. On Yahoo, he came across a Reuters photograph purporting to show the smoky aftermath of an Israeli air raid on the Beirut suburbs. "As soon as I saw it something looked very strange," said Thorson, 39. What he found led to a story that raced around the globe and resulted...
  • BREAKING NEWS from the LA Times!

    11/09/2004 10:39:13 AM PST · by Registered · 41 replies · 5,418+ views
    RegisteredMedia ^ | 11.09.04 | Registered
  • Media Bias at CBS and NBC, Raw Data [Pajamaheeden Strike Again]

    10/10/2004 1:33:16 PM PDT · by Southack · 29 replies · 3,324+ views
    Open Secrets ^ | 10/10/2004 | Southack
    These two searches on OpenSecrets.org reveal that all but two or three of the top donations from the employees of CBS and NBC have gone to Democratic Party candidates.   This is clearly NOT fair and balanced news.  There is definitive partisan bias involved here.  Compare the first two searches to the final two searches below for Fox News: Total for this search: $111,186 Contributor Occupation Date Amount Recipient NORCROSS, BRYAN S MRMIAMI BEACH,FL 33139 CBS/METEOROLOGIST 9/24/2003 $10,000 DNC Services Corp NORCROSS, BRYAN S MRMIAMI BEACH,FL 33139 CBS/METEOROLOGIST 1/23/2004 $10,000 DNC Services Corp NORCROSS, BRYANMIAMI BEACH,FL 33139 CBS/VIACOM/EXECUTIVE 3/31/2004 $5,000 Democratic Congressional Campaign...
  • 'Pajama People' a Fresh Alternative in Journalism (FR Mentioned in Philly Inquirer)

    09/26/2004 7:31:13 AM PDT · by gopwinsin04 · 43 replies · 5,871+ views
    Journalists tend to be liberal Democrats from middle class families with some education, few spend time with blue collar workers, people in the military or people of religious faith. Bloggers are true to the old journalism adage, 'If your mother says she loves you, check it out.'On the internet, nobody knows youre anything. So you have to prove that you are worth reading a believing by providing links to source material or to your credentials and by making sense. CBS remained clueless. A former CBS vice president Jon Klein sneered at the critics, 'You couldn't have a starker contrast between...
  • NPR's "Undecided" Voter Exposed

    09/17/2004 3:44:54 PM PDT · by Mad Dog Charlie · 32 replies · 1,233+ views
    Fraters Libertas ^ | September 17, 2004 | David Ragsdale
    A first in a series of chats with NPR's very own swing voter. Commentator John Ridley is still undecided.....Except that Ridley has not had much problem deciding who to give his money to. He dropped a cool $500 into John Kerry's coffers in March according to Open Secrets and Fund Race 2004. Open Secrets also has him tossing Wes Clark $500 in January.