Monday, August 22, 2011

The media is as liberal as the corporations that own it

Perhaps my favorite illustration of life in a corporate propaganda state is the daily New York Times corrections box. Each morning, the newspaper of record comes clean about what it got wrong the day before.

Of course, the tacit message behind the daily New York Times corrections box is this: Besides a few minor typographical errors, everything else in yesterday’s paper was correct. It was accurate. It was, to use their phrase, fit to print…and has now passed on to become part of our official history. This is typical of life within a society dominated by a corporate-run press.

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Another of my recent photos:

Billie Holiday sez: “Don’t threaten me with love, baby. Let’s just go walking in the rain."


Poem: “Eat this poem"

Posted by Mickey Z on 08/22 at 07:24 PM
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