Last week former executive editor of the New York Times, Bill Keller wrote Syria is not Iraq. The gist of his argument is that he trusts President Obama but shouldn't have trusted President Bush.
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Mideast Media Sampler – 05/14/2013 – The Syria Puzzle – Le·gal In …
A wave of complaints about mainstream media bias crested on Friday with the argument from some circles that the murder trial of former abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell is being completely ignored by the national media .
Trial About Many Things, But Not Media Bias
This argument — especially the accusations by PRI officials — blanketed the airwaves on television giants Televisa and TV Azteca and took up tons of column inches in papers that tend to favor the PRI, like El Sol, which went as far as to label Peña Nieto's visit to the Iberoamericana a “triumph” for the candidate. ..
Obama and his media allies have effectively shifted the argument away from the grounds upon which it should take place and on to grounds we never thought possible. Rather than debating the outrageous overreach of the …
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Media Pits Non-Existent Right to Free Birth Control Against First …
… for Conscious Consumption, and he has written the column not only to further the argument of his book, but also to market the tome by seizing some space in the Los Angeles newspaper , and now the Denver newspaper as ..
It cracks me up whenever I see a PowerPoint presentation that uses social media quotes as support points. The quotes are intended to demonstrate that there's a whole movement of consumers that agree with the argument in ..
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social media chatter | Tom Fishburne: Marketoonist
That's not an acceptable answer because it frames the argument correctly. If it's going to fly in our new right wing media dominated culture it's got to be broken down to: GLOBAL WARMING IS REAL? Y/N MAN MADE GLOBAL ..
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A Fox News Science Lesson | Media Matters for America
Most of the media simply dismissed the story, repeating the argument Sarah Palin and the campaign put out there to rebut the rumours: Bristol couldn’t have given birth to a baby in April and to another baby in December of the same year.