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Tag: Mainstream Media
  • The Danger of Ideological Media Bias

    I recently picked up a book from my local library titled The Official Handbook of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy: The Arguments You Need to Defeat the Looney Left, by Mark W. Smith. Smith is a trial lawyer, former professor of law, and member of the Bar of the U.S. Supreme Court, so I figured that this …

  • Chris Matthews Draws Parallel between Supporters of State’s Rights and Slavery

    How far will Chris Matthews go to undermine opposition to the prez he has a not-so-subtle crush on? Yesterday, he implied Deb Medina was racist because she cited the all-American principles of interposition and nullification as a way of pushing back against big government. Matthews quoted Martin Luther King, in the context of King’s opposition to politicians’ efforts to …

  • Ron Paul is all over the Media These Days!

    Ron Paul was interviewed on the Washington Journal yesterday morning. Check it out here. Dr. Paul was on on the Glenn Beck Show yesterday at 5:00 pm eastern. Immediately following he was on the Ed Show at 6:15 pm eastern. Check out his interview with CNN Money here. Below is Ron Paul’s interview on MSNBC …

  • Ron Paul Gains Mainstream Traction

    The Politico did a great piece today on Ron Paul and how his ideas are becoming more mainstream as time goes along. Is libertarian rock star and Texas Republican Ron Paul going mainstream? He’s got everyone from South Carolina Republican Sen. Jim DeMint to Minnesota moderate Democrat Collin Peterson to California liberal Barbara Boxer on …

  • Author of Ron Paul hit piece exposed?

    Ugh… Another day, another ugly smear against the Ron Paul/liberty movement, this time courtesy of Dana Goldstein, writing for “The Daily Beast.” The clear point of Ms. Goldstein’s piece is that Paul movement is tainted by the “fringy” racism and general nuttiness of a few of our “associations.” How ironic that point becomes when one looks at what she wrote about the …