Wednesday, 12 May 2010

Is the US Media Leading America into Another War?

Global Research- In the past, war reporters bravely followed soldiers into the jaws of war. Today, it looks like the soldiers are embedded in the media instead, simply going along for the story.

This article asks a simple question that unfortunately has no simple answer: “Where should media publications draw the line when it comes to using ‘anonymous sources’ to substantiate their news reports, especially ones that risk skewing public opinion in favor of yet another disastrous war?” more


James Higham 12 May 2010 at 15:52  

That's the issue, isn't it? Did it not use to be two corroborated sources, even if not nameable?

The Network 12 May 2010 at 20:09  

Global media control. They give us what they think we should have.

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