There was once a time when the brave souls who sat at the editorial desks of our vaunted news services existed for the purpose of ensuring that the information presented to We, The Consumers was truthful. A part of this vetting was to ensure that the language used in news articles, captions, and other information presented to the reader was generally fair, and free of emotional language that would bias the presentation of the news in any way.
Of course, there were always times in which news agencies would "slant" the news a certain way: The American media was wholeheartedly behind our Government's purpose in fighting World War II, and made a point to let the news read as such. "We" gained victories, "We" conquered "evildoers," et cetera.
Sadly for us, editors in modern times are either not paying attention to the content they are sending across, or they are actively working against Western societies—For instance, fighting for the cause of vapid and undefinable (but clearly anti-Western) terms as "social justice." Case in point:
A Palestinian medic is searched by Israeli soldiers in Nablus, Saturday, Jan. 5, 2008. The city is on its 4th day of an Israeli-imposed curfew, as soldiers search the area for known terrorists, who have claimed credit for a number of recent rockets launched against Israeli cities.
An Israeli soldier checks that a Palestinian medic is not carrying yet another suicide bomb, in the Palestinian-occupied city of Shechem. The Israeli Defence Forces have imposed a curfew on the area, protecting Israeli citizens from even more hostile rocket attacks, while they search door-to-door for the terrorists responsible for the recent attacks. While the curfew has caused some discomfort in Shechem, it has thankfully provided something of a respite to the residents of nearby Israeli cities.