Too many media outlets had difficulty attributing the Indiana corporate payoff to Pence and it's a sign they're still pimping Donald Trump as a hero.
"We got played, again, by the Trump campaign, which is what they do,” but for the media to be angry at anyone but themselves is absurd.
If mainstream media had reported what several school teachers and students' parents saw with their own eyes, the public would be aware that police inflamed the situation and in fact, deliberately herded young people into a crowd they could use their riot gear against. To make matters worse, police likely violated many of the so-called rioters' constitutional rights.
What the so-called more "Christ-like" Pope has not done is rescind any of the Church's archaic moral policies his predecessors kept in place and apparently Francis has no intention of changing them anytime soon; regardless of his Fox-created "friendlier pope" public relations image.
t is true that Republican policies are why Americans are rapidly losing economic ground to the few wealthy elites, but the media is not only culpable, they are facilitating this country's slide into oligarchy by perpetually campaigning for the rich and powerful.
Even if some Americans do grasp the concept of Republicans as the ultimate takers, they likely fail to comprehend that the GOP are ultimately monumental givers; it is that spirit of generosity that drives their habit of robbing the people.
There is a saying that a person is known by the company they keep, and the Republicans praising, excusing and defending Ted Nugent should be regarded as Nazi sympathizers.
The anniversary of the end of slavery was remembered by a tea party leader by admonishing African Americans to stop complaining their ancestors were indentured servants.
Despite Republicans' best efforts to sabotage the economy, there were three or four suspiciously unreported pieces of good economic news over the past three days.
It is the main stream media's fault the nation is plagued with Sarah Palin's recurring appearances on the national stage
Instead of a public outcry against blatant racism, main stream media failed to report the story on every evening newscast across the country.
Republicans have weighed in on the President's request for authorization to launch a limited strike, but they have splintered off into separate groups and resolution will not be coming anytime soon.
The mainstream media has largely ignored the fact that Mitt Romney's racist lies are not a change or anything new.