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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

MSM Fails to Cover Pro-Life March

Media Censors Huge Pro-Life Event (No Surprise Here!)

From William F. Jasper, The New American

Photo by Darwin Sayo/James McKenzie

Tens of thousands of pro-life supporters marched through San Francisco on January 24 to register their opposition to the continuing abortion holocaust unleashed by the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision. However, the event was almost totally blacked out by the so-called "mainstream" media. Except for coverage by pro-life websites and the global Catholic EWTN television network, one wouldn't even know the West Coast Walk for Life had occurred, unless one had been there.

Read the full article here.

5 comments:

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  2. Oooo, the media is so biased it's ridiculous. What a blessing to have non-mainstream media sources to give it to us straight these days (no pun intended). :0)

    Thanks Kingfisher! Another excellent post.

    *Sorry, that first comment was mine...with a typo. Gosh I hate those. :0)

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  3. Thanks for exposing the radical nature of the mainstream media. Just as well we have blogs like yours Kingfisher.

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  4. Typical of the NY Times. I read that they ignored the ordeal. How can they pretend that 30-4 thousand people marching is not media worthy?

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  5. "Oooo, the media is so biased it's ridiculous."

    I agree, which is why I stopped watching the F(R)NC and stopped reading the "newspaper" The Washington Times, whose headlines and articles read like press releases for Republican and conservative groups.

    "What a blessing to have non-mainstream media sources..."

    More agreement! The New America, the magazine of the John Birch Society (a group whose founder believed that Dwight Eisenhower was an agent of Communists). is definitely non-mainstream.

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