Where to start... It seems that objective journalistic endeavour is pretty much dead in the 21st century. More often than not, many of those rabid supporters of all things left [i.e. 'Activist Media'] are showing their true colors; that all is for "the Cause" and anything else is nothing more than fluff or distraction from the actual message they are trying to present. The presentation doesn't have the 5 W's and 1 H anymore at the core of the news story. Editorializing is taking place with either trite, sly references or in an outright fashion. This is how one can tell the stance of someone reporting on either the Occupy Movement or U.S. foreign policy (either by the Department of Defense or the Department of State). Those who are so dedicated and feel a certain way about a subject will find a way to present it, either on the sly or blatantly. Also more out of the Occupy Movement that's been learned recently. ACORN has it's mitts in the pie yet again, only not slick enough. Unions are blatantly giving hard earned dues from the rank and file, but it's not being reported as one might think; this is being done in an either sympathetic or supportive manner. Another issue to consider in this election season- seems there's a HUGE batch of "journalists" compairing notes in order to blindside the GOP of candidates running for office on the subject of foreign policy and to make said individuals look as ignorant as possible. This is probably via the remaining vestiges of the "Journ-O-List" email network that's been on the downlow since being outed just over two years ago. I guess we'll find out in the final wash as it was in that case, too... So ladies & menfolk... sit down, strap in & HOLD ON!
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