Socialism and Distraction

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

The #Unexpectedly Chronicles Reuters Deletes & re-edits Trump Louisiana story to Create New Narrative

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

About that Poll concerning Herman Cain that the media is Orgasming over

...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

Republican Wins Democratic seat, seen as rebuke to the President’s Healthcare Plan

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

Credit where credit is due:

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: