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How many times have you watched the news and thought "Man, they don't talk about this enough or they sensationalize others stories. Or how about when they bring so much attention to the happenings of one city, a larger city and say nothing about the things happening in the smaller communities. This week join me, Mista.Ecks and maybe even Sada as we talk about the unfair treatment that the media gives to a majority of people, stories and communities. And for what? All for the sake of ratings? Think about it. There are stories everywhere. Not only in the larger communities, but in the smaller, lesser known communities as well.
We'll talk about all this and more. This week. "On-Air".
Part 1 of 3: Originally Aired July 14, 2013
Dianne Linderman discusses the Zimmerman / Martin trial and what role media played in it. Does the outcome of trials today depend on the opinion of the masses? Dianne reads articles about the George Zimmerman trial which show clear examples of media bias.
Learn more about Dianne on her website at http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/
In today’s society, there are various forms of media bias, including (but not limited to) slanted reporting that attacks a particular race, religion and sexual orientation.
Join host Kay Quinn as she and co-hosts Raymond Kirk and Michael Flemons discuss the myths and misinformation in favor of the exceptional over the ordinary, which gives the impression that rare events are more common, when in fact they are not.
REAL Talk is a community oriented show that focuses and engage dialog on very real issues that repeatedly plague and disenfranchise local communities. It is designed to open the lines of communication to address the hard issues many are afraid to discuss in this climate of racial divide.
We can no longer afford to walk around and ignore the elephant in the room. This is our time to engage the proverbial elephant head on.
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WE ARE TALKING ABOUT INVESTING IN THIS NEW HIGH-TECH ECONOMY – AND THE EFFECT OF MEDIA BIAS ON THE ECONOMY. THERE ARE WAYS TO GET AROUND THAT BIAS. ONE OF THEM IS THE ISM REPORT WHICH IS THE INSTITUTE OF SUPPLY MANAGEMENT. YOU CAN FIND IT AT I-S-M DOT-W-S. THAT’S ONE OF THE TIPS WE GOT FROM MICHAEL CARR. HE IS THE EDITOR OF PEAK PROFITS REPORT DOT-COM. HE THINKS THERE WILL BE AN INVESTOR PANIC SOON – WHICH HE CALLS THE SANFORD AND SON ECONOMY – THANKS TO HOW THE MEDIA READS ECONOMIC DATA – OR BETTER YET – NOT READING ENOUGH ECONOMIC DATA.
“Yeah I think that is how the media is shaping events. People are scared. Sanford and Son Market. I am coming Elizabeth. Economic news is shifting. There is a lot of great data. ISM new order index great info on page 4 or 5. Orders are now high and about to slow down. Panic will set in. Could see a good 10-20% drop in the market here.”
AGAIN THAT INFORMATION ON THE ISM REPORT IS FREE. JUST GO TO ISM DOT-W-S AND READ. WE WILL HAVE MORE WITH MICHAEL CARR COMING UP. THAT’S INFORMED NOT INFLAMED.
WE’RE TALKING MEDIA BIAS AND THE EFFECT THE MEDIA HAS ON THE ECONOMY. WE SAW IT LAST WEEK. THE INSTITUTE FOR SUPPLY MANAGEMENT ISSUED AN INCORRECT REPORT ON MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY. THEY REVISED IT HOURS LATER TO REFLECT A MORE POSITIVE OUTLOOK. I GOT MICHAEL CARR’S TAKE ON THAT. HE IS THE EDITOR AT PEAK PROFITS DOT-COM. AND I ASKED HIM IF THIS WAS AN HONEST MISTAKE.
“Not this was an honest mistake. Reports with a great work of fiction. They do a seasonal adjustment to the results. All of a sudden economy grew. We don’t know what the report said. We can watch revisions come in. Right now we’re seeing revisions slowing down. We are turning point and see unemployment rise in the coming months. We have bigger population than at start of the recession. Unemployment rate is meaningless. Fewer people supporting the population. We only get what the reporter feels we need to hear about.”
JD 4:34-4:47: WE’RE TALKING WITH MICHAEL CARR, A FREQUENT CONTRIBUTOR TO MONEY NEWS DOT-COM. TO TAKE THIS FURTHER ABOUT THE EFFECT OF MEDIA BIAS ON THE MARKETS, HE HAS LOOKED AT THE EFFECT OF THE JOBS REPORT ON THE MARKETS.
21:56-22:35 “I did. On the day of the jobs report … more volatile. Significant for short term traders. Can take advantage of that. Expect an upward bias in the market that day.”
JD: 4:53-5:29 HOWEVER, MIKE WARNS YOU SHOULD NOT BE TRADING STOCKS ON THIS INFO UNLESS YOU ARE AN EXPERIENCED DAY TRADER WITH LOTS OF TECHNOLOGY TO COMPETE WITH THE BIG TRADING FIRMS. AND THIS IS PART OF WHAT MIKE OFFERS WITH HIS PEAK PROFITS REPORT -- TRADING SYSTEM.
First episode of the show.
Discussion into the liberal media bias focusing on ties between MSNBC, Media Matters, and the Obama White House
So don't miss the first episode of the talk that drives liberals to insanity. Join me, your host Nick, in the fight to beating the left back and to Conserve our Nation!
Part 1 of 3: Originally Aired July 21, 2013
Dianne Linderman discusses the Zimmerman / Martin trial – is it being used by the media as a distraction from other important issues going on? Dianne speaks with callers about important news stories that do not get reported.
Also on this segment – hear some great parental advice on how to bring up good kids and let them blossom into successful adults.
Learn more about Dianne on her website at http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/
Press  for Democracy (P1FD) is a Coffee Party Radio show that discusses the political issues of the day in a civil, fact-based, and transpartisan manner. Transpartisan is quite different from bi- or non-partisan in the we encourage callers to be passionate about their positions, but also that they listen and respond to those with differing points of view repsectfully and with a true desire to find common ground on which solutions can be built.
Tonight on P1FD . . .
Join special Guest Hosts Kathleen Morgan and Marianne Castiglia for a look at bias in the mainstream media.
Do American’s trust what is published in newspapers, or broadcast on TV and radio news programs?
Charges of bias in the mainstream media seem to be raging stronger than ever. Do you believe that some media outlets distort stories and then allow other stories to get more or less attention? Do you ever feel that minor or trivial stories like celebrity divorce or even lengthy murder trials are used to distract us from getting vital information that has a greater impact on ourselves and our country?
“Media bias” describes an unbalanced or unfair reporting style that is meant not to inform, but to sway public opinion. On today's Press  for Democracy, let's talk about what’s being reported by today’s mainstream media, how it’s being presented, and how it is effecting conversations in neighborhood coffee shops and at work around the water cooler.
Inspectah Ant & M.Bowden discuss the Mike Brown and Eric Garner situation and the media's race baiting coverage.
This week’s show
July 28th, 2014
Journalist Rula Jebreal discusses media bias in Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
Rula Jebreal will be the featured guest on Politics Done Right. Rula Jebreal is a journalist, a commentator, and author of Miral, a novel translated into 15 languages, that sold millions of copiesworldwide and a film that was the first ever premiered in the UN General Assembly Hall. She also authored the International Fince Europa Award winning book The Bride of Aswan that was translated into 5 languages. Her third book, Rejected is a non-fiction about immigration in Europe. She wrote and produced the film Permesso di Soggiorno about the death penalty in China, the United States, and Iran during the UN debate on the death penalty in 2008.
Jebreal is the brave journalist that had the spine to go into a mainstream media studio, an MSNBC studio and speak the truth at her own peril. While concurrently writing an article on the refugee crisis on the Texas border and listening to Ronan Farrow Daily on MSNBC, I listened somewhat inattentively as Rula Jebreal gave a spirited narrative on the biased coverage given to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. I had not heard such a brave defense and pushback on MSNBC or on any other network. I immediately stopped what I was doing, recorded the interview, and edited it for Internet consumption. I knew the traditional mainstream media would attempt to make it a one day story. The blogosphere would not.
In the wake of the Indiana RFRA flap and the Memories Pizza situation that followed, I wanted to revisit some stories this week that again focus on a class of people who are truly being discriminated against for who they are in this country. Those people are the Christians in this country who stand on their principles of faith. Today I wanted to talk about what's going on with a Christian college and a Massachusetts school district. I also wanted to discuss a bakery with a different slant on it in Colorado. And there's a couple of articles again concerning the fallout of the the Indiana RFRA battle that I'll share as well.
That's at 4:30 Eastern time and archived after that.
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