‘Just how much government debt does a president have to endorse before he’s labeled “irresponsible”?’

May 18, 2009

The wonder is that these issues have been so ignored. Imagine hypothetically that a President McCain had submitted a budget plan identical to Obama’s. There would almost certainly have been a loud outcry: “McCain’s Mortgaging Our Future.” Obama should be held to no less exacting a standard.

Washington Post

Yes, why not have the same standards for both parties..


KILLING A STORY: HOW IT’S DONE

May 18, 2009

How the New York Times hides information for political purposes. Of course such efforts are entirely one-sided instead of the media acting as a watchdog of all politicians…


President Palin’s First 100 Days

May 17, 2009

Anyone who follows the news closely would not be surprised at how differently these same events would be covered if Palin were President. What would the US be like if the press covered both parties with the same intensity?


Media Still Covering Up The $400 Billion Fannie And Freddie Scandal

May 8, 2009

But the news of the quarterly loss is getting hardly any attention. Nothing here at the NYT business section, for example. Nothing at the blogs that were going nuts when AIG was revealed to have paid out bonuses back in March.

The problem is that the Fannie and Freddie disasters don’t fit into any conventional media narrative.

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Narratives are indicative of bias.


Merging of Left Wing Blogs and Mainstream Media

May 8, 2009

Don’t trust the mainstream media to give you both sides of the story. You have to go to both sides and make up your own mind. A video analysis.


Nagin and Name That Party!

May 3, 2009

Come on New York Times. Present your negative reports of politicians of both parties but please tell us which party they belong to even if it violates your politics…