Sunday, January 09, 2011

The Two-Facedness, Double Standard of the Press in America

Here is an article from the The Washington Examiner that clearly points out the two-facedness, double-standard reporting and inciting of opinions of the American press. And I'm not suggesting that they are alone in this. The press is clearly divided into left- and right-leaning, with by nature of the business, and the source of graduates in journalism, the former outnumber the later about 9 to 1, or more.

On CNN earlier today, Candy Crowley was the master of this kind of so-called reporting. Even though both her left-leaning and right-leaning guests wanted her to move on, she kept pushing the Palin link to what happened yesterday, while all the time claiming she wasn't. Exposure in the media is measured by just that -- exposure to the idea, not proof or validity of the idea. You remember the line, "Publicity, darling. Just publicity. Any kind of publicity is better than none at all." Well Candy has worked that well, continuing her pursuit even to her next interview with a brand new guest.

Read the article for yourself in the link below.

Journalists urged caution after Ft. Hood, now race to blame Palin after Arizona shootings | Washington Examiner

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