Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Atheistic Liberal News Media

Atheistic Liberal News Media

For many years, I have stated my concern about the Atheistic Liberal News and Entertainment Industry that I believe has perverted America from being a Christian Nation.

It is good to see other people agree (see comments to news story) with my position on the Atheistic Liberal News Media.

Some would say that it is unfair to add, "Atheistic", but I believe there is a symbiotic relation between liberalism and Atheism.


Evening News Ratings: 2009-2010 Season
By Chris Ariens on Sep 21, 2010 11:45 AM

The ratings are in the for just-completed 2009-2010 network evening news season. And when compared to 2008-2009 season, "NBC Nightly News" ABC's "World News" and the "CBS Evening News" have lost a combined 739,000 Total Viewers and a combined 338,000 A25-54 viewers.

"Nightly News with Brian Williams," which finishes at #1 for the 14th season in a row, lost the least: -138K Total Viewers (8.698M in 08-09 v. 8.560M in 09-10), while Katie Couric's CBS program, lost the most: -343K (6.053M in 08-09 v 5.710M in 09-10). "World News" which saw Charles Gibson anchor the first few months of the season, and Diane Sawyer picking up in December, lost the most younger viewers: -221K (2.351M in 08-09 v. 2.130 in 09-10).

BiggEd - What do you expect? They shoved an ill qualified presidential candidate, Barak Obama down our throat, "for our own good". Never asking the hard questions, even once. Just fawning over him and his platitudes, with "chills running down their legs".
Meanwhile they beat the snot out of a more qualified female conservative, Governor Palin, taking cheap shots and with careful editing they made her look silly.
The American public is not stupid, it's time to pay the piper Katie, Charlie, Chris and Keith. We're mad as hell and we ain't gonna take it anymore!
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Jamalagrin - The three, so called main news media, is nothing but a mouth piece for the Obama Administration and liberalism. The American people by the droves are turning to fair and balanced news from Fox News, The Internet, and Talk Radio.
Very soon, the only ones watching these loser news stations will be hard core socialists and these loser network people themselves.
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amplover1 -Who cares. Thinking people do not watch network news. These networks' teleprompter readers simply regurgitate the talking points supporting the dictatorship. Most people watch their local news (biased against the citizens as it often is) and this leads into these leftist Marxist biased broadcasts. If it wasn't for local news, nobody would watch it. When they bring back journalists, and stop cheerleading the destruction of our nation, perhaps their fortunes will improve. Frankly, the success of CNN and MSNBC on cable should also tell them something. Williams, Sawyer, Couric - - these are not journalists. They are Democrat party propaganda experts.
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John Steinbeck -
The network news work hand in hand with the democrat/socialist party.

Everything they do or report is driven by that fact.

If it helps democrats report it loudly. If it helps GOP bury it. If it hurts democrats bury it, if it hurts GOP scream it loudly.

Anyone with a brain knows this is true and the networks trying to deny this truth just makes them more and more irrelevant.

For years the networks tried to hide this fact but during the last decade and certainly during the election of Obama, the networks came completely out of the closet and showed their collusion with the cheer-leading they did for Obama.

When the final nail is driven into the coffin of the liberal biased media and they're buried 6 feet under, I will dance on their grave.
114 people liked this.

alvinjh - The news networks never believed that people were offended by their constant left wing preaching. They never even TRIED to be fair in their coverage. I stopped watching them about 4 years ago. I don't miss them. And yes, I watch a lot of Fox News, and I read the International press online. Couric in particular irritated me with her disrespectful and haughty treatment of President Bush. We are a polarized people now. We have chosen sides. Too bad the network executives thought their job was to lead us to a particular destination rather than provide information and let us decide where we wanted to go ourselves. Well, that was their choice.
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Friday, September 3, 2010

BBC had "massive bias to left:" director general

BBC had "massive bias to left:" director general

The Atheistic Liberal News Media of America needs to make the same confression.

It is about time young journalists use Matt Drudge as a roll model instead of Walter Cronkite..

BBC had "massive bias to left:" director general
Sep 2 05:37 AM US/Eastern

The director general of the BBC admitted that his organisation had been gui...

The director general of the BBC admitted Thursday that his organisation had been guilty of a "massive bias to the left" but said "a completely different generation" of journalists now works at the broadcaster.

Mark Thompson told the right-of-centre Spectator magazine that there was an institutional bias when he joined the organisation, reinforcing the findings of a 2007 internal report which concluded that greater efforts were required to avoid liberal bias.

"In the BBC I joined 30 years ago, there was, in much of current affairs, in terms of people's personal politics, which were quite vocal, a massive bias to the left," Thompson said.

"The organisation did struggle then with impartiality. And journalistically, staff were quite mystified by the early years of Thatcher."Now it is a completely different generation. There is much less overt tribalism among the young journalists who work for the BBC," he added.

The 2007 report criticised the organisation?s slow response to the rise of Euroscepticism and immigration concerns, which it said were considered "'off limits? in terms of a liberal-minded comfort zone."

Outlining his hopes for the relationship between the national broadcaster and thenew Conservative-led coalition government, Thompson said: "What we want is an effective and businesslike relationship with government -- it's not about personal relations."