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Posted: Oct 23, 2013 - 3:59pm

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But that means that you and I are pointless as well for chiming in on this topic, I suppose.

Maybe being pointless isn't such a bad thing, after all.



 
of all the points to be made, the point of no return is at least important, and at most less than desirable.
So, to make of nonsense more than pointed reflection is a gaudy opportunity for clarity...
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Posted: Oct 23, 2013 - 3:51pm

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It doesn't really matter does it? Well, that is unless there's higher ground with the no-vacancy signs abundant...oh, but that would mean objectivity is vacationing there...maybe? I'm sure the modus operandi of every other adversary are as pristine as are every other practitioner of intellectual darts. IOW, at some point it's all as pointless as gravity in a vacuum chamber. *shrug*

 
But that means that you and I are pointless as well for chiming in on this topic, I suppose.

Maybe being pointless isn't such a bad thing, after all.




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Posted: Oct 23, 2013 - 3:21pm

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Fox News Reportedly Used Fake Commenter Accounts to Rebut Critical Blog Posts

Wonder how many of them found their way to RP over the last several years, and if any are still lurking . . .

{#Ask}

 
It doesn't really matter does it? Well, that is unless there's higher ground with the no-vacancy signs abundant...oh, but that would mean objectivity is vacationing there...maybe? I'm sure the modus operandi of every other adversary are as pristine as are every other practitioner of intellectual darts. IOW, at some point it's all as pointless as gravity in a vacuum chamber. *shrug*
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Posted: Oct 23, 2013 - 11:39am

Fox News Reportedly Used Fake Commenter Accounts to Rebut Critical Blog Posts

Wonder how many of them found their way to RP over the last several years, and if any are still lurking . . .

{#Ask}
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Posted: Oct 17, 2013 - 2:47pm



Greenwald deserts Guardian for media co-op | Jonathan Cook's Blog
In the video (above), Jeremy Scahill fills out a little more detail on the new media venture he, Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras are working on. Good to hear that they don’t intend to have a boss or be subject to the interference of editors.

They are obviously hoping to create some sort of journalist cooperative. That’s a model I’m all in favour of, though one wonders what kind of agreement they will need in place to ensure their financial backer, eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, does not have editorial influence.

I find it revealing that Scahill says the three of them have been talking about this for a while, and well before Omidyar approached them. He mentions that the new venture will be “journalist-driven” and not “hindered by bureaucratic institutions or processes”.

The fact that these three senior journalists feel the need to liberate themselves and their work from traditional media organisations more than hints at the restrictions that operate within the mainstream media, even for the most established and influential journalists.

Greenwald, for example, wouldn’t be breaking away from the Guardian if that paper was already offering him real independence.

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Posted: Oct 15, 2013 - 4:16pm

Glenn Greenwald Will Leave Guardian To Create New News Organization

Glenn Greenwald, the lawyer and blogger who brought The Guardian the biggest scoop of the decade, is departing the London-based news organization, for a brand-new, large-scale, broadly focused media outlet, he told BuzzFeed Tuesday.

Greenwald, 46, published revelations from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden about the extent of American and British domestic spying and about officials’ deception about its scope. He said he is departing for a new, “once-in-a-career dream journalistic opportunity” with major financial backing, the details of which will be public soon.“My partnership with The Guardian has been extremely fruitful and fulfilling: I have high regard for the editors and journalists with whom I worked and am incredibly proud of what we achieved,” Greenwald said in an emailed statement. “The decision to leave was not an easy one, but I was presented with a once-in-a-career dream journalistic opportunity that no journalist could possibly decline.” (...)


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Posted: Jan 18, 2013 - 2:41pm

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Perhaps there is no other career besides political pundit in which one gets so handsomely rewarded after being so infamously, publicly, and profoundly incorrect.

Fox Renews Karl Rove Contract Through 2016
 
when time allows you should look at politics...
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Posted: Jan 18, 2013 - 9:57am

Perhaps there is no other career besides political pundit in which one gets so handsomely rewarded after being so infamously, publicly, and profoundly incorrect.

Fox Renews Karl Rove Contract Through 2016


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Posted: Jan 7, 2013 - 8:51am

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An interesting article, their thesis meshes fairly well with the post election articles pointing out how much of the conservative press/media (Fox News, etc.) got the story wrong in the lead-up to the presidential election.  Was the failure to report on the dismal state of Romney's election prospects driven by the desire of outfits like FreedomWorks to make money?

The Conservative Movement is Still an Elaborate Moneymaking Venture

 

Something I have been saying throughout the whole election.
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Posted: Jan 7, 2013 - 8:37am

An interesting article, their thesis meshes fairly well with the post election articles pointing out how much of the conservative press/media (Fox News, etc.) got the story wrong in the lead-up to the presidential election.  Was the failure to report on the dismal state of Romney's election prospects driven by the desire of outfits like FreedomWorks to make money?

The Conservative Movement is Still an Elaborate Moneymaking Venture
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Posted: Oct 19, 2012 - 5:54am

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What will I look at the pictures in in waiting rooms?

 

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Posted: Oct 19, 2012 - 5:50am

What will I look at the pictures in in waiting rooms?
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Posted: Oct 19, 2012 - 5:44am

I started reading Newsweek when I was 10 years old. I know things change but...

Newsweek Will No Longer Be a Print Magazine

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Posted: Sep 6, 2012 - 9:22am

Daily Caller Opinion Page An Embarrassing Spectacle Of Conspiracy Theories


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Posted: Jun 3, 2012 - 9:46pm



Birthers, Billionaires And Fox: The GOP Freak Show In Full Effect

by Eric Boehlert
MediaMatters
June 1, 2012

Of course, this week Fox News gave the billionaires' secretive super PACs a run for their money by producing its own campaign attack ad. Like Glenn Beck's infamous wake-up appearance three summers ago when he announced to Fox's breakfast audience that Obama was a "racist" with a "deep-seated hatred for white people," Fox & Friends debuting its blistering, four-minute evisceration of Obama, complete with jarring graphics and ominous music, will likely live in cable news infamy.

The brash and unethical move, which had been in the works for weeks and was cheered in real time by Fox hosts, represented yet another door the Fox Team has marched through in its unapologetic transformation into a purely political operation. Tired of playing the middle man and increasingly eager to be the origin of partisan attacks and campaign initiatives (not merely reporting on them), the ad was Fox News' not very subtle nudge to the Republican National Committee: This is how you go after a sitting president!...

Fast forward and Fox News is now in the business of producing and airing campaign attack ads. At least most Beltway insiders have smartly silenced their defense of Fox.

But it's not just Fox. What we're seeing unfold this year, and what came into such sharp focus this week with the Zombie-like return of Trump's birther sideshow, is just how radical today's conservative movement has become, and how that radical streak is being championed by the right-wing press, which enjoys unprecedented influence at the highest levels of the Republican Party.

Witness the type of fringe, hate-based bloggers Romney personally met with for two hours last month. Witness the fact Romney refused to even mildly rebuke Rush Limbaugh when he spent three days on his nationally syndicated radio show unleashing a non-stop barrage of sexist attacks against Sandra Fluke. And note how Romney refused to denounce his prominent supporter, and Fox News favorite, Ted Nugent after he unleashed a violent rhetorical attack on the president that earned him a private visit from the Secret Service.

In the context of embracing the right-wing media's extremist side without reservation or concern for public appearance, Romney's decision this week to wallow in the fumes of the birther movement begins to make a little bit of sense.

For some conservatives though, it's all become too painful to watch. Detailing his break from what he calls the "new right" (i.e. Breitbart, Rush Limbaugh, Fox News), former National Review writer, and Reagan administration official, Michael Fumento last week denounced the movement's signature lack of seriousness. He complained that, "Nothing the new right does is evidently outrageous enough to receive more than a peep of indignation from the new right."

Also last week, Atlantic conservative writer Conor Friedersdorf dismantled Breitbart.com's ongoing attempt to "vet" the president, calling it a "case study" in "right-wing malpractice." He dismissed the Breitbart effort as "an utter waste of time."...

 




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Posted: May 29, 2012 - 6:46pm



Michael Tomasky on the Media’s Foolish Elizabeth Warren Witch Hunt

The Daily Beast
May 26, 2012

So now Elizabeth Warren has to prove that she’s 1/32nd Cherokee? The temperature on the story is rising. There was a huge article in the Boston Globe on Friday written to raise a number of questions and suggest that Warren used the minority designation to get her job, or get ahead—exactly at the same time that a poll was released showing that 69 percent of Bay State voters don’t consider her heritage to be a “significant” story. It reminds me of nothing so much as Monica Lewinsky, and of the media’s need sometimes to get a grip...
 


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Posted: Mar 10, 2012 - 10:58am

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I posted the cartoon in the War on Women thread
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Interesting story on how newspapers are choosing to handle an upcoming Doonesbury strip on Texas law requiring ultrasound, etc, before a woman can proceed with an abortion. Some are running alternative strips being offered by the syndicate that distributes Doonesbury; some are moving the strip from comics to op-ed (a chunk of newspapers did that for all Doonesbury strips a while ago).

A reasoned debate presented here.  

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A national syndicate will offer replacement "Doonesbury" comic strips to newspapers that don't want to run a series that uses graphic imagery to lampoon a Texas law requiring women to have an ultrasound before an abortion, executives said Friday.

A handful of newspapers say they won't run next week's series, while several others said the strips will move from the comics to opinion pages or websites only. Many already publish the strip by cartoonist Garry Trudeau, whose sarcastic swipes at society's foibles have a history of giving headaches to newspaper editors, on editorial pages.

"We run 'Doonesbury' on our op-ed page, and this series is an example of why," said David Averill, editorial page editor for the Tulsa World. "Many of our readers will disagree with the political stance the series takes, and some will be offended by the clinical language. I believe, however, that this series of strips is appropriate to the abortion debate and appropriate to our op-ed pages."

The comic strips feature a woman who goes to an abortion clinic and is confronted by several people who suggest she should be ashamed. Among them is a doctor who reads a script on behalf of Texas Gov. Rick Perry welcoming her to a "compulsory transvaginal exam," and a middle-aged legislator who calls her a "slut."

One panel equates the invasive procedure to rape and describes the device used to perform it as a "10-inch shaming wand."

"Our readers are accustomed to pointed political and social commentary in strips like 'Doonesbury' and 'Mallard Fillmore,'" Tom McNiff, managing editor of The Gainesville Sun and Ocala Star-Banner in central Florida, said in an emailed statement explaining the decision not to run the series. "But the language the author used to make his point in two of the strips was quite graphic for a general readership."

Trudeau said Friday that "it would have been a little surprising" if there hadn't been any pushback against the series.

"Abortion remains a deeply contentious subject. Having said that, the goal is definitely not to antagonize editors and get booted from papers," he said in an email to The Associated Press. "It's just an occupational risk."

Texas' law does not specify the type of sonogram a woman must receive, but a transvaginal ultrasound is necessary to meet requirements that the doctor show the woman an image of the fetus, describe its features and make the fetal heartbeat audible in the first trimester. The procedure uses a wand inserted in the vagina to yield an image instead of a wand rubbed over a woman's belly.

Asked for comment on the "Doonesbury" series, Perry spokesman Catherine Frazier said the governor is proud of his leadership on the sonogram law.

"The decision to end a life is not funny," Frazier said. "There is nothing comic about this tasteless interpretation of legislation we have passed in Texas to ensure that women have all the facts when making a life-ending decision."

Sue Roush, managing editor at the Universal UClick syndicate, said newspapers uncomfortable with the abortion law series have the option of a set of substitute strips.

Steve Shirk, manager editor of The Kansas City Star, said his paper would use the replacements in the comics section while moving the abortion series to the opinion page.

"We felt the content was too much for many of the readers of our family friendly comic page," Shirk said. "We felt that (op-ed) page was more appropriate for that story line."

Dennis Ryerson, editor of the Indianapolis Star, said the newspaper would use an earlier "Doonesbury" strip instead.

"We simply don't want to be part of the personalization and debasement of political discourse. We've had too much of that from all sides," Ryerson said.

Chris Mele, executive editor of the Pocono Record in Stroudsburg, Pa., said the paper will run the replacement strips during the week, but the Texas series will appear March 18 on the front of its op-ed section. He said the paper would try to "have a dialogue" with its readers about the debate.

Universal UClick president Lee Salem said he wouldn't be surprised if 20 to 30 of the 1,400 newspapers that carry "Doonesbury" decided to opt out and run the replacements.

"Once every five or six months there's usually something in 'Doonesbury' that causes a stir. Every two or three years there's something that causes a bigger stir," Salem said. "Historically, that's par for the course with 'Doonesbury' because Garry explores topics on comics pages that are not normally there."

Six installments of "Doonesbury" satirizing the anti-abortion movie "The Silent Scream" were canceled in 1985 when the syndicate decided they were too controversial to be distributed.

Other states have enacted laws requiring pre-abortion ultrasounds, although Virginia removed a provision from its measure that specifically called for the invasive exam. The measure in its original form had become a target of national political columnists and the word "transvaginal" was mocked and parodied on "Saturday Night Live" and "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart."




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Posted: Mar 9, 2012 - 8:46pm

by Amy Kroin
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March 07, 2012

In 2008, President Obama spoke out against media consolidation and for more diverse ownership of radio and television stations. "Rules promoting the public interest and diversity in media ownership," he said, "are too important for the FCC to accept an agenda supported by the Washington special interests."

Right now those same special interests are winning out. Last year the FCC signed off on one of the largest media mergers in history, blessing the Comcast-NBC Universal deal. And now Obama’s FCC is on the verge of caving to industry lobbyists who want to remove one of the last remaining curbs to runaway media consolidation — the rule that prevents one company from owning broadcast stations and newspapers in the same market...

As anyone who’s ever landed on Boardwalk in a game of Monopoly knows, only those who control a market benefit from monopolies. The FCC’s rules will pave the way for even less community-centered reporting and more of the cookie-cutter fluff that passes for news these days.

And for FCC watchers, these proposals are likely to inspire a feeling of déjà vu: They are the same exact rule changes that former Chairman Kevin Martin offered in 2007 and that the public, Congress and a court subsequently rebuked. In 2011, a federal court of appeals threw out the 2007 effort to weaken the newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership rule...

So what’s Obama up to in the midst of all this? He’s busy looking the other way.

 Tell the president to keep his commitment to fostering a more diverse media. It’s not too late for the FCC to reverse course.


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