Other posts tagged: CNN
Broadcast ‘Noise’ Blows It
Just minutes after the Supreme Court had passed down its staggering decision on President Obama’s Affordable Healthcare Act, competing media powerhouses FOX and CNN had already succeeded in grossly misconstruing it by, of all things, having failed to actually read it.
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SCOTUS Rules on Immigration Law, Doubles Down on Citizens United
The Supreme Court did not issue the much-anticipated ruling on President Obama's Affordable Care Act Monday, but instead handed down two other opinions. NGJ's Sam Colt breaks down the decisions and their impact.
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Do You Know What’s Going On in Syria?
With 7 billion people, unfortunately there is not enough time—even on a 24-hour news network—to cover everything that happens in the world. But why do we only get 10 seconds--at most-- of what’s happening beyond our own American bubble?
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Ron Paul’s Campaign: A “Revolution” Ignored
The Ron Paul 'Revolution' is being driven by many young college students, and he's performed increasingly well in straw polls and debates. So, as Jon Stewart said, why is the media ignoring him altogether?
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