Some control of America's information flow - the news, the stories that shape our imagination - is necessary for any political reform to succeed. Today it is owned by liberals, a hindrance for progressives and a foe of populists.
This note by FAIR gives an example of how journalists act as a pack, using language to manipulate us.
Summary: Cold War II steadily gains momentum, despite having almost no basis in reality. Here we review a few of the many articles debunking this propaganda campaign. Let's hope Americans begin to pay attention. A people so disconnected from reality, so credulous, cannot hope to remain a Republic. "There’s really no question about Trump/Putin collusion, … Continue reading A review of Russiagate, its propaganda and hysteria
Summary: James Bowman reads the New York Times to better understand the white-hot rhetoric that slowly poisons America's politics. The Times is a mirror to minds of the left half of America. In it we can see some of our problems -- and solutions. Political rhetoric in the age of Trump. By James Bowman. From his … Continue reading Political rhetoric in the age of Trump
Summary: A thrilling exposé from a right-wing journalists reveals the hidden violence of Antifa. It has gotten a million clicks in two days on YouTube, but the major news media ignore it! Read here to see the truth behind the excitement. "Undercover in Antifa" by Steve Crowder. At "Louder with Crowder", posted 28 September 2017. … Continue reading About Steve Crowder’s horrifying exposé of Antifa’s violence