Time to Act

Time to Act Two things the Democrats should have learned because of the Georgia election is they cannot buy an election. After spending 46 million and outspending the Republicans 7 to 1 in Georgia they lost. The Second thing is that the voters are not stupid. The voters are voting on issues, ignoring the misleading […]

whatever happened to unbiased reporting?

Dear Sir: Today I was disappointed to hear you endorsed a political candidate. I expect the media to report an unbiased account of the news. Now I will have to “run, not walk” to another media to get the news I expect. Shame on you.

Fight terror with silence and break the cycle.

What if terror was met with silence? I’m no expert on terrorism or psychology, but it seems to me that one of the objectives of terrorism is to create terror, garner attention, and be recognized for doing so. While probably impossible, what if terrorist events were not covered by the media, but only with a […]

anti-obama movie and patriotism

Recently an anti-obama movie has come out and teaparty people have claimed that it is the patriotic duty that Americans watch it.  My guess is that these are the same people that have “don’t listen to the mainstream media” stickers on their cars.  The problem I have had with teapartiers I  is that they find […]

It’s That Time Of The (Election) Year

To The Editor: Remember that story that consumed our news media three months ago about the U.S. Department of Agriculture manager who was accused of being a racist? Yeah, remember, she was caught on tape saying she wouldn’t be zealous in helping a farmer because he was white? And it turns out those quotes were […]

Obama and the Un-fooled Dissident Few

It is an established historical fact, one that was quipped frequently and sardonically by Abraham Lincoln in his years as a lawyer, that it is entirely possible to fool quite a few people some of the time, but an impossibility to fool all the people all the time, especially an informed segment of a republic’s […]

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