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Beyond Media Bias

Unread postPosted: Fri Dec 09, 2016 4:19 pm
by Pete Clay
Many journalists can't deal emotionally with the reality of the Trump Revolution, revealing a condition beyond media bias, which B.G. and B. O'Reilly have long and well reported.

What perhaps 90% of today's "journalists" suffer from is much worse than mere bias. If they understood the ideas of conservatives and then rejected them, they could be called "biased journalists." They lack the education necessary to hear and understand the political right, and that disqualifies them as journalists.

This is the result of a failed U.S. education system which rewards students who reject conservative ideas from their discussions, minds, and friendships. The success of such teaching is that "education" is a far easier to learn collection of PC catch phrases like, "Republicans are racist, homophobic, anti-feminists,...," which cancel debate and blissfully relieve students from thinking. In other words, less intelligent students get the highest grades. Teachers who get hired at colleges and universities are graduates of such failed education systems.

Publishers make the mistake of hiring these damaged graduates because they have high grades from the "best schools." A few percent of reporters get hired because they successfully pretended to be brainwashed. A simple test for understanding conservatism could sweep out the faux educated from newsrooms.

We can only hope that the Trump Revolution includes saving American Journalism from this conspiracy, which haunts American Universities, and could be called "The Ghost Of Communism".

Re: Beyond Media Bias

Unread postPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 4:41 pm
by jjhpa
This is copied from the FCC Website :
What responsibilities do broadcasters have?

As public trustees, broadcasters may not intentionally distort the news. The FCC has stated publicly that "rigging or slanting the news is a most heinous act against the public interest." The FCC may act to protect the public interest when it has received documented evidence, such as testimony from persons who have direct personal knowledge of an intentional falsification of the news. Without such documented evidence, the FCC generally cannot intervene.

Why can''t Congress or Trump use the FCC to stop the "Fake News"??????