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The media giants have awakened - for now. I suspect that, after their indignation over the AP data grab has cooled or somehow assuaged by the-powers-that-be, the multiple scandals that are finally getting ink and airtime will be swept aside as old and irrelevant news. Of course, the MSM will find a sensational trial, a titillating sex scandal and/or (if they're really lucky - and I am referring to the MSM and Obama regime) a horrific natural disaster for diversion or re-direction of the national appetite for media-approved 'news.'
Three and a half years ago, I wrote several blogs on the topic of 'Obama Propaganda.' Below is a link to
"The Hitler/Goebbels Legacy; Mr. Obama and his Thesaurus… Propaganda, Part II" - I think the message is still applies:
Recently, we introduced a new book, The Right Frequency, by Fred Lucas to The Bold Pursuit readers. We're pleased to learn that the book is doing so well that Amazon created a special promotion for The Right Frequency.
From May 11 through May 27, Amazon is including The Right Frequency in their special deals section for $2.99 - this week the popular book ranked as the #1 bestseller for Amazon radio books.
The Right Frequency takes a close look at conservative talk show titans and the impact of conservative radio in politics.L. Brent Bozell III, Media Research Center, has this to say about The Right Frequency: “Author Fred Lucas chronicles conservative talk-radio stars over the decades, reminding us how they kept the American idea alive."
Click on this link, The Right Frequency, for the promotion link.
About the Author:
Fred Lucas has more than a decade of political reporting experience, including White House correspondent for CNSNews.com, writing for The Weekly Standard, Townhall, Human Events, The American Spectator and Stateline.org. He's also covered Capitol Hill and reported on presidential races in 2004, 2008 and 2012.
by Don Hank
Recently, CBS executive Jonathan Karl went on the Bill O’Reilly show and did something unprecedented. He sided with the conservative viewpoint that there was indeed lying and obfuscation in the highest echelons of the Obama administration in the Benghazi aftermath. He discussed frankly how the State Department talking points had been revised beyond recognition, from the initial admission (by the CIA) that the Benghazi attack was a well-planned terror attack to a fictitious narrative of a spontaneous demonstration over an anti-Muslim video.
by Sandy Stringfellow
One turn of phrase bandied about frequently today is "none of my business" -- a common libertarian expression often employed by libertarians and liberals alike as a shotgun strategy to avoid a plethora of unpleasant or worse - extremely uncomfortable - social and moral issues upon the public table; issues begging responsible adult scrutiny.