A hint: It isn’t on the Right Wing.
The First Amendment of our Constitution gives the “press” an incredible protection. They can say most anything that they want without fear that they will be prosecuted. For example: Newsweek printed a story about US military guards flushing a Koran in a toilet. The story was a lie and in the ensuing riots people died. Again, repetition to make a point: What they said costs lives and borders on treason. Nothing happened to them, they are protected by the constitution.
Well, maybe they lost a few readers. They tried to sell the publication and they found that it was worthless.
You would think that they would understand that if they claim to be news reporters/journalists they have a duty and obligation to report the news. Leave the editorials to the editorial page.
But you and I have long suspected that most of the people in the media are NOT reporters/journalists but partisan thugs using their protected positions of power to advance their agendas. I have long considered this to be just a consensus of like-minded individuals and not a conspiracy.
I apologize to you, Gentle Reader.
I have found out that there was at least one ongoing conspiracy amongst the media elite to advance a progressive anti-American agenda. Does that constitute a betrayal of their self-styled code of ethics? Ethics? What “ethics”?
Editorial comment: A street walker at least is honest about what she does for a living. These so-called “journalists” aren’t. You can at least have compassion for the street walker.
If I wanted Democrat Party talking points, I can go down to the Democrat Party headquarters and get bumper stickers for free. I don’t need to pay for their printed media or watch their programming on TV. Just say no-and turn it off.
And here is the web site that started it all:
By the way, they tried to sell the Austin Rag (American-Statesman) some time ago. It also is worthless. They found out that most of the people who subscribe, do so because they own Parakeets.
(These days, the left has become so bizarre that it is difficult to see where reality ends and parody begins. So I am required in all good conscience to tell you that the part about the parakeet was made up. The part about worthless was not.)
Steamboat Jack (my evil twin)