See the media mold the next generation of men

JP Morgan's "Fairy Dadmother" commercial, 4 April 2016

Summary: The Left has near-control of the commercial media. It's the high ground in the culture wars. Here is one example of how they use it -- riding on the almost limitless power of advertising and entertainment dollars -- to mold America. We are mainlining sexism. The commercial media are both mirrors in which we see … Continue reading See the media mold the next generation of men

A look behind the curtain at secrets of internet advertising

Summary: Here is a look behind the curtain at the advertising that supports the internet. The coding and software that controls the advertising controls much of what we see. The internet -- the information superhighway -- has become a major source of information for most Americans. Those that control it, control us. Sometimes that control … Continue reading A look behind the curtain at secrets of internet advertising

Fear the rise of info-monopolies over America

Summary: New giant info-monopolies arise and feel their strength. Here are tales of that new era in America (unlike Europe, which is already moving to control them), and guesses about how it will end. A tale of our time: the info giants trod boldly. We have seen this on TV. You wake up to a … Continue reading Fear the rise of info-monopolies over America

Audi’s Superbowl advert reminds us that class is boss in America

Summary: This brilliant analysis of Audi's advertisement in the Superbowl reminds us that class is the unspeakable but dominant force in American society. Black men don't have "male privilege" while rotting in prison from unjust convictions for rape. White coal miners don't have "white privilege" while coughing their lives away with Black Lung. Neither Left … Continue reading Audi’s Superbowl advert reminds us that class is boss in America

Clinton’s ads show her weak strategy: purely tribal, no content

Summary: Why did Hillary flop in the Electoral College? Liberals search frantically for explanations. A previous post discussed the failure of Clinton's fear campaign and the public's dislike of her social justice warriors. Here we look at another cause: her advertising. Liberals continue to ask themselves who is responsible for Clinton's defeat. Most reply "not … Continue reading Clinton’s ads show her weak strategy: purely tribal, no content