The answer is repetition, and that says something about reliance on what we all “know” to be true. More than three years ago, a man named Prahlad Jani who claimed to have lived for 70 years without food or water became the center of a
True as of right now: # of mentions of the Patriot Act on the front page of Daily Kos: Zero # of mentions of the Patriot Act on the front page of the Huffington Post: Zero # of mentions of the Patriot Act on the
Look deep into this picture and glaze your eyes to find out how many “traditional media” newspapers have, in between pats on the back over their refusal to utter words like “poo,” bothered to provide any coverage of the agenda revealed in Senate hearings today
Instead of talking about the real life government spy program that targets American citizens and is being extended by Democrats in the Senate Judiciary Committee, bloggers are writing about how JJ Abrams will have a fictional TV show about government spies on NBC.
Whatever else you might say about conservative Republicans in the United States Congress, they certainly have a knack for naming bills. Nobody wanted to vote against “The USA Patriot Act” or “The Protect America Act,” even though they subverted patriotism and failed to protect Americans