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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 6:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 7:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cool! Cartoons from the predominantly Liberal media.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2018 7:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

trump lied... he did have input to the National Enquirer...

again trump claims the trash media fake news is a credible media... journalism????

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X36GhdeWIFk

HARDBALL WITH CHRIS MATTHEWS 6/22/18
WaPo: Natl Enquirer consulted with Cohen, Trump on stories

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Trump repeatedly cited National Enquirer on the campaign trail and suggested stories to David Pecker, particularly interested in stories about Hillary Clinton’s health. According to the Washington Post, there's more to the relationship.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 02, 2018 11:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

bet this point/perspective does not make it to most media...

https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2018/6/28/1776277/-Kaiser-confirms-it-If-not-for-Trump-GOP-sabotage-rates-would-be-FLAT-or-DROPPING-next-year?detail=emaildkre

Kaiser confirms it: If not for Trump/GOP sabotage, rates would be FLAT or DROPPING next year.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2018 3:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

why isn't he being fired, he lied . again using the CBS dan rather issue where they did not lie it was true about bush, again no-one has been able to prove those documents had false information to this date. In fact to have made up such information that the people alive now said was discussed is impossible.


But here a Fox/ruppert person absolutely lies and there is no firing...

https://www.yahoo.com/news/newsmax-host-gets-schooled-false-claims-alexandria-ocasio-151153156.html

Newsmax Host Gets Schooled for False Claims About Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: ‘You’re a Know Nothing Shmuck’

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Newsmax TV host John Cardillo was ripped by liberals and conservatives after tweeting derisively about Democratic congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Sunday.

In a tweet, Cardillo, who hosts “America Talks Live,” suggested that Ocasio-Cortez actually had a more privileged upbringing than many believed. He also saidOcasio-Cortez attended Brown University when actually went to Boston University.

“This is the Yorktown Heights (very nice area) home @Ocasio2018 grew up in before going off to Ivy League Brown University,” he said. “A far cry from the Bronx hood upbringing she’s selling.”

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 5:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

another great example of the ultra rich trust fund kids who own media.

again trumps buddy ar the enquirer was catch and killing stories for the donald...

Ownership certainly does make a difference. those who claim the owner does not dictate what the employees do and don't do are clueless worthless in-humans.

Jared Kushner Ordered Deletion Of Observer Articles Critical Of His Friends:
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Jared Kushner personally ordered the deletion of New York Observer articles that were critical of his friends and real estate colleagues during his time as the paper’s publisher, BuzzFeed News reported Monday.
Prior to assuming the role of senior White House adviser under his father-in-law President Donald Trump, in 2012 Kushner directed a third party software engineer to remove the content, according to emails obtained by BuzzFeed News.
The deleted articles included negative coverage of real estate firm Vantage Properties, now known as Candlebrook Properties, and the company’s president Neil Rubler. One of the deleted URLs appears to have hosted an article about Rubler making The Village Voice’s “worst landlords”of New York list in 2010.
Kushner also called for the deletion of a 2012 article about his friend NBA Commissioner Adam Silver buying a $6.75 million apartment in New York, reported BuzzFeed News.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 16, 2018 11:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

So today is the day, the day that the liberal group think proves itself as being a very large part of the liberal print media, by publishing group think editorials bashing Trump across the country.
Huge mistake, it will backfire and only prove that Trump is correct.
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America’s Newspapers Just Played Right Into Trump’s Hands

By JACK SHAFER August 14, 2018

Nothing flatters an independent journalist less than the sight of him forming a line to drink from the same fountain as his colleagues. Such a spectacle will unfold on Thursday, August 16, as 200 or more editorial pages will heed the call sounded by Boston Globe op-ed page editor Marjorie Pritchard to run editorials opposing President Donald Trump’s unrelieved press-bashing. Participating dailies include the Houston Chronicle, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, the Miami Herald and the Denver Post, as well as the Globe. Joining the movement are the American Society of News Editors and the New England Newspaper and Press Association. Dan Rather is on board, as is the Radio Television Digital News Association.
“Our words will differ. But at least we can agree that such attacks are alarming,” Pritchard’s appeal declared.

It goes without saying that press bashing, Trump-style, is alarming. His critiques rarely point to genuine inaccuracies in the press. Instead, his method is to dismiss any news that impedes his agenda or disparages him as fake and dishonest. With demagogic bluster, he routinely deploys “enemies of the people” rhetoric against journalists, which some say has inspired physical threats against journalists. Early this month, he tweeted that reporters are “dangerous & sick” and accused them of causing war (!) and purposely causing “great division & distrust.” Early in his presidency, Trump said, “I’ve never seen more dishonest media than, frankly, the political media.”

Most journalists agree that there’s a great need for Trump rebuttals. I’ve written my share. But this Globe-sponsored coordinated editorial response is sure to backfire: It will provide Trump with circumstantial evidence of the existence of a national press cabal that has been convened solely to oppose him. When the editorials roll off the press on Thursday, all singing from the same script, Trump will reap enough fresh material to whale on the media for at least a month. His forthcoming speeches almost write themselves: By colluding against me, the fake media proved once and for all, that they are in cahoots with the Democrats and have declared themselves to be my true political opposition …
The Globe’s anti-Trump project is also an exercise in redundancy, not to mention self-stroking. Most newspapers have already published a multitude of editorials and columns rebuking the president for his trash-talking of the press. Most major editorial boards opposed Trump’s election, according to this tally by Business Insider. The largest of the 19 newspapers to endorse Trump was the Las Vegas Review-Journal, owned by one of his faithful donors, Sheldon Adelson. More than 240 endorsed Hillary Clinton. Editorial-page sentiment against Trump remains largely unchanged since the election, making the call for a collective reprimand all the more pointless.
Another problem with a nationally coordinated pro-press catechism is that the audience likely to reap the greatest benefit from the haranguing—Trump and many in his base—tends not to read newspapers in the first place. While there’s always value in preaching to the choir—that’s why churches hold services every Sunday—the combined weight of 200 pro-press editorials is not likely to move the opinion needle or deter Trump from defaming and threatening reporters.

Most newspaper editorials are already a watered-down product of groupthink. It’s unlikely that expanding the size of the group and encouraging everybody to bake and serve a tuna-fish casserole on the same day will produce editorials that are more interesting and persuasive than the normal fare.

But maybe I’m wrong. If a single day of pro-press editorials is a good idea for a collective assignment, then maybe newspapers should set aside next Saturday for 200 editorials on tariffs and next Sunday for 200 editorials on global warming and next Monday for 200 editorials on Afghanistan. Surely these issues are as compelling and urgent as press freedom.
For all its faults, the American press refuses the commands from critics who would have it operate like some monolithic entity. Almost daily, our best newspapers express their independence by rejecting the marching orders issued by corporations, politicians and governments. Editorial pages of America, don’t unite! Think for yourselves! Reject this stupid pro-press assignment!

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2018/08/14/americas-newspapers-just-played-right-into-trumps-hands-219360
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 16, 2018 11:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

nw30 wrote:
So today is the day, the day that the liberal group think proves itself as being a very large part of the liberal print media, by publishing group think editorials bashing Trump across the country.
Huge mistake, it will backfire and only prove that Trump is correct.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
America’s Newspapers Just Played Right Into Trump’s Hands

By JACK SHAFER August 14, 2018

Nothing flatters an independent journalist less than the sight of him forming a line to drink from the same fountain as his colleagues. Such a spectacle will unfold on Thursday, August 16, as 200 or more editorial pages will heed the call sounded by Boston Globe op-ed page editor Marjorie Pritchard to run editorials opposing President Donald Trump’s unrelieved press-bashing. Participating dailies include the Houston Chronicle, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, the Miami Herald and the Denver Post, as well as the Globe. Joining the movement are the American Society of News Editors and the New England Newspaper and Press Association. Dan Rather is on board, as is the Radio Television Digital News Association.
“Our words will differ. But at least we can agree that such attacks are alarming,” Pritchard’s appeal declared.

It goes without saying that press bashing, Trump-style, is alarming. His critiques rarely point to genuine inaccuracies in the press. Instead, his method is to dismiss any news that impedes his agenda or disparages him as fake and dishonest. With demagogic bluster, he routinely deploys “enemies of the people” rhetoric against journalists, which some say has inspired physical threats against journalists. Early this month, he tweeted that reporters are “dangerous & sick” and accused them of causing war (!) and purposely causing “great division & distrust.” Early in his presidency, Trump said, “I’ve never seen more dishonest media than, frankly, the political media.”

Most journalists agree that there’s a great need for Trump rebuttals. I’ve written my share. But this Globe-sponsored coordinated editorial response is sure to backfire: It will provide Trump with circumstantial evidence of the existence of a national press cabal that has been convened solely to oppose him. When the editorials roll off the press on Thursday, all singing from the same script, Trump will reap enough fresh material to whale on the media for at least a month. His forthcoming speeches almost write themselves: By colluding against me, the fake media proved once and for all, that they are in cahoots with the Democrats and have declared themselves to be my true political opposition …
The Globe’s anti-Trump project is also an exercise in redundancy, not to mention self-stroking. Most newspapers have already published a multitude of editorials and columns rebuking the president for his trash-talking of the press. Most major editorial boards opposed Trump’s election, according to this tally by Business Insider. The largest of the 19 newspapers to endorse Trump was the Las Vegas Review-Journal, owned by one of his faithful donors, Sheldon Adelson. More than 240 endorsed Hillary Clinton. Editorial-page sentiment against Trump remains largely unchanged since the election, making the call for a collective reprimand all the more pointless.
Another problem with a nationally coordinated pro-press catechism is that the audience likely to reap the greatest benefit from the haranguing—Trump and many in his base—tends not to read newspapers in the first place. While there’s always value in preaching to the choir—that’s why churches hold services every Sunday—the combined weight of 200 pro-press editorials is not likely to move the opinion needle or deter Trump from defaming and threatening reporters.

Most newspaper editorials are already a watered-down product of groupthink. It’s unlikely that expanding the size of the group and encouraging everybody to bake and serve a tuna-fish casserole on the same day will produce editorials that are more interesting and persuasive than the normal fare.

But maybe I’m wrong. If a single day of pro-press editorials is a good idea for a collective assignment, then maybe newspapers should set aside next Saturday for 200 editorials on tariffs and next Sunday for 200 editorials on global warming and next Monday for 200 editorials on Afghanistan. Surely these issues are as compelling and urgent as press freedom.
For all its faults, the American press refuses the commands from critics who would have it operate like some monolithic entity. Almost daily, our best newspapers express their independence by rejecting the marching orders issued by corporations, politicians and governments. Editorial pages of America, don’t unite! Think for yourselves! Reject this stupid pro-press assignment!

https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2018/08/14/americas-newspapers-just-played-right-into-trumps-hands-219360


you idiot a houston paper and most are right wing...

Just like the chicago tribune, example. In its 150 year history it has endorsed one democrat and that was chicagos own Obama.

It is just that only newsmax, alex Jones, Enquirer, brietbart and such can condone that lying of trump. again it is unprecedented that republicans signed a letter they would never vote for trump before the election. These were top level elected or former elected and so on life long republicans. Trump has been notified even publicly that he may not attend life long republicans funerals as the president should they die. Think how many have sent that letter privately.

Hense no proof because editors are stating the same as top republicans...

This is unpresidented in US history.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2018 8:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

great point, since trumps idiots signed a NDA, so they can not say a bad thing about him without being sued, should they be allowed in any media because they can not tell all they know. In essence if they were to say at the start, I am under contract with the pussy grabber and I can not even mentions if I saw him grab a pussy while I worked for him or now. I can not say legally a word bad about him. So you may be better off hiring or interviewing anyone off the street they can say anything.

https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2018/8/18/1789187/-Fox-et-al-have-been-hiring-pundits-who-are-legally-barred-from-criticizing-Trump

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[N]ot only do former Trump staffers — bound by a draconian NDA — routinely appear as pundits across cable and broadcast news networks, but at least five ex-Trump staffers are paid by the networks:

Jason Miller, a senior communications adviser for the 2016 campaign, is a paid CNN political contributor.
Marc Short, who served in 2016 as vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence’s senior communications adviser before becoming White House director of legislative affairs, is a paid CNN political commentator.
Tom Bossert, the president’s first homeland-security adviser, is ABC News’ homeland security analyst.
Trump’s deputy campaign manager David Bossie is a paid Fox News contributor.
Sebastian Gorka, who briefly worked as a Trump campaign consultant and then served as a White House strategist, is also a paid Fox News contributor.

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