Comments: "Pravda as the ne plus ultra of the profession."

An old quote, attributed to Mark Twain or a Thomas Jefferson. It applies to the modern media as well.

If you don't read a newspaper you are uninformed.
If you do read a newspaper you are misinformed."

And please don't give me any crap about FoxNews or Rush Limbaugh being 100% factual. News is just entertainment to sell commercials.

Posted by Potsie at December 4, 2012 6:41 PM

If you've spent the last 20-40 years complaining about media bias, and then see the same media, you deserve to be treated like a moron. Conservative radio would disappear if they didn't spend 90% of their air time retelling the MSMs talking point of the day. Advance our goals and stop amplifying their story. Don't watch them ironically, don't watch them at all.

The media that comes to you with no effort is worth exactly what it cost you to find it, nothing. Go find reliable experst in their fields, read what they say, learn how they think, and when their subject pops up in the news you will be miles ahead of the sheep. You will not die if you don't learn about Lindsey Lohan's latest episode until 2 days later. Every time you are hearing a story ask yourself "why do I need to know this?" or "is this worth my time?"

Shame anyone that watches the usual suspects.

Posted by Scott M at December 5, 2012 3:46 AM

Since its all farce anyhow, and, yes, Rush, Especially, why not make a real business model based on that. The Walton and Johnson show (radio) does just that, couple of red necks, a gay guy, a very black rocks.

Posted by Anonymous at December 5, 2012 4:48 AM

Another example, as if any more were needed:

Posted by stephen b at December 5, 2012 7:33 AM

69% of New York STATE residents believe their custom hurricane was cause by global warming, er, climate change, and support the idea of building the infrastructure to keep the next one at bay. As if such a thing exist and they have two nickels to rub together in the first place.

We're farther away from a cure than I thought. Or perhaps it's a short way and a sharp drop.

Posted by james wilson at December 5, 2012 8:31 AM

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