Dear GOP Senate you’re about to be played again

“The target audience for all this activity was 535 people in Washington,” Treglia says — 100 in the Senate, 435 in the House. “The idea was to create an impression that a mass movement was afoot — that everywhere they looked, in academic institutions, in the business community, in religious groups, in ethnic groups, everywhere, … Continue reading Dear GOP Senate you’re about to be played again

What You Think You Know

By A.P. Dillon You read an article. It raises a question or talks about a particular topic. You Google. You browse the results, checking out a couple with promising titles. You check Wikipedia. You read quotes from 'experts'. You do your homework. You think you've got the facts and know the truth. You thought wrong. What … Continue reading What You Think You Know

Dot Gov Sites for Children: We Make Propaganda Fun!

Ever wonder how many .gov websites are geared toward children?  Lemme tell ya, there are quite a few.  Ben's Guide, brought to you by the Superintendent of Documents in the U.S. Government Printing Office, provides pretty comprehensive listings, by both subject and agency.  If you click over and give a scroll, you'll get an idea of … Continue reading Dot Gov Sites for Children: We Make Propaganda Fun!

Chuck Todd & the Obama Ministry of Propaganda

When you ain't got nothing, you got nothing to lose Bob Dylan: Like a Rolling Stone 1965 One of the things about making a living based off tip jar hits and advertisers is you have to do your best to maintain your credibility with your listeners and readers or you don't get a paycheck. Apparently … Continue reading Chuck Todd & the Obama Ministry of Propaganda

Gehad El-Haddad and the language of propaganda

A while back I introduced you to Gehad El-Haddad and noticed something interesting about his twitter stream doesn’t it strike you as odd that you have to go down 5 pages before you find a single tweet in Arabic, and that a retweet? If this man is communicating to the people of Egypt, to the … Continue reading Gehad El-Haddad and the language of propaganda

The Language and Propaganda of the Left

I've had a lovely evening, this wasn't it Groucho Marx Words mean things Rush Limbaugh "When I use a word," Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, "it means just what I choose it to mean -- neither more nor less." Lewis Carrol Through the Looking Glass 1871 I really enjoy the humor of … Continue reading The Language and Propaganda of the Left

The Good Wife: Conservative Version

In my last post I explained how TV shows like last week's The Good Wife is used as liberal cultural propaganda.  Now lets look at how it would play if it was done the other way around. What if even one scene from that show had been written with a conservative slant instead a liberal … Continue reading The Good Wife: Conservative Version

The Good Wife and how Liberal Cultural Propaganda works

One of the functions of the liberal control in Hollywood the to pass on the liberal mindset hidden within drama. It's done with some subtlety, to make sure it is not too obvious, but like Joe Morgan and the pitchout one you know the signs you spot it every time. Last Sunday's  episode of the … Continue reading The Good Wife and how Liberal Cultural Propaganda works

What is “Fair”?

'When I use a word,' Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, 'it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.' Lewis Carroll:   Through the Looking Glass One of the tactics of the left lately has been screaming: "Fair" , we need "Tax Fairness", or pushing to Buffett … Continue reading What is “Fair”?

I trust someone paid Donna Brazile well for saying this:

...because one should not beclown oneself so without ample payment: Donna Brazile: Feels good to make change without war It gets even funnier when you read it, a peek: "How" we will "get" Gaddafi is also clear. We will not use military might to get Gaddafi. We will use diplomacy.... Backed by 221 Tomahawk missiles … Continue reading I trust someone paid Donna Brazile well for saying this: