With the revelation that Reuters has not only been sitting on the Robert Francis "Beto" O'Rourke hacker story for two year but made it a point to agree not to release it until after election 2018 it's worth making the obvious point. It is highly likely that there are dozens if not more such stories … Continue reading How Many Other “Beto” Stories about Democrats Are Reuters & Co Sitting On?
by baldilocks From Reuters: Venezuelan activists are increasingly posting details of locations and lifestyles of leftist officials and their families, depicting them as thriving off corruption while the population struggles to eat in a devastating economic crisis. The social media blitzes, targeting officials and their business partners, relatives and even lovers, are another weapon in … Continue reading Socialism and Distraction
I was at Lucianne.com looking for ideas for a post when I noticed these two pieces within five posts of each other that were interesting. One pushing a Reuters story from the 19th: The other posting a mediate story saying the exact opposite: I thought they would make an interesting contrast so I tried to … Continue reading The #Unexpectedly Chronicles Reuters Deletes & re-edits Trump Louisiana story to Create New Narrative
...if you support a different campaign and want to join in the ecstasy before you do take a peek at this line from the Reuters story: Ipsos conducted the poll of 1,007 adults on Friday and Saturday by interviewing individuals via a U.S. online household panel. Since it was an online poll, typical margins of … Continue reading About that Poll concerning Herman Cain that the media is Orgasming over
Republicans scored an upset in one of Hawaii's most Liberal Congressional districts on Tuesday, dealing a blow to the national Democratic Party in a race that largely turned on the party’s plan to overhaul Healthcare. Oops sorry that is the headline and lead paragraph that the NYT should have run a year ago when Charles … Continue reading Republican Wins Democratic seat, seen as rebuke to the President’s Healthcare Plan
A few days ago I noted that Andrew Sullivan was making Charles Johnson look like his old self, but now Johnson has managed to grab a little bit of his old mojo back: The British-based Reuters news agency has been stung for the second time by charges that it edited politically sensitive photos in a … Continue reading Credit where credit is due: