The Ghost of Snapped Shot

Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.

Your Honest Press

Here's an interesting article in WorldNet Daily, reviewing a book by its publisher, Joseph Farah. The book discusses some of the activist groups that control what the press says.

My favourite quote?

CBS correspondent and NLJGA member Jeffrey Kofman made the point: "The argument (is): Why do we constantly see in coverage of gay and lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues the homophobes and the fag-haters quoted in stories when, of course, we don't do that with Jews, blacks, et cetera?"

Paula Madison, vice president of diversity at NBC and news director for the NBC's New York City affiliate WNBC, added: "I agree with him. I don't see why we would seek out ... the absurd, inane point of view just to get another point of view."

There you have it, folks. The "diverse" legions of the press consider our points of view to be absurd and inane.

At least they are honest in their disdain for more than half of the nation. I definitely plan on checking this book out next chance I get. Order it here at Amazon now if you're as interested in this behind-the-scenes look as I am.


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