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Defending the right to report the news

May 2, 2014

News is fact-based, but the reactions to it can be subjective....

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May-07-14 6:14 AM

The media these days is what the White House wants them to be, purveyors of the lie. If any of them had any balls, they would tell Obama to stick it where the sun doesn't shine and report what's really going on in Washington, not what's coming from his propaganda ministry. Get some backbone in the media, then talk to us again about printing the news.

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May-05-14 9:24 AM

"News is fact-based, but the reactions to it can be subjective." Really? Uh, maybe at one time news was 'fact-based.' No more! Now the responses give the facts from individuals who read it and the so-called reporters of news give 'subjective' news NOT based on facts but twisted enough 180 degrees to fit their own personal ideology/political preference. Nice try doing it again though. The public has become MORE sensitive to false news reports for past 5 years. And now they are the ones giving the 'real' reporting of news. Media is not even reporting on major news stories that come out against this current administration in DC. Benghazi emails to the liberal biased media is non-news; but the Kardashians are top priority. The media has become a third-world joke over the past 10 years as they keep proving they cannot be trusted to give the TRUTH!

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