New Direction

New Direction

After taking a break from blogging to work on a major writing project, I’ve decided to step away from media analysis. There’s just too many lies and slanted verbiage out there to discuss and it kind of bums me out. Parting Thoughts on the Media We should...
Cages at the Border

Cages at the Border

Okay, here’s a quick one because I’m under deadline for another project. Topic: US detention facilities for children at southern border with Mexico, and what they’re called…based on who is President. Keep in mind, these are descriptions of the...
Burying More Than Nursing Home Residents

Burying More Than Nursing Home Residents

Another way the media slant the news is to spend more time on a less important story that supports the narrative, and bury a hot-button story that goes against it. I was speaking with a Democrat-voting Independent who assured me that Texas Governor Greg Abbott told...
NOT Just the Facts

NOT Just the Facts

The problem with the news today is the lack of facts. Take the following two paragraphs. Both of these are from general news articles, and not from opinion pieces. #1: We can verify that the claim of thousands of jobs lost is true, however, it can be misleading. A...
Herd Mentality

Herd Mentality

Last time I left you with a teaser where I would delve into how the Main Stream Media (MSM) uses tone and vocabulary to steer agendas. So, let me start with one example. This will be the first in an ongoing series, dissecting the manner in which our news is crafted to...
Warping Reality

Warping Reality

I used to be a whiz at Google search. Seriously, my friends would beg me to find things. I knew the correct words to use in a search, how to bypass the ads and spam and get to the meat, which I would happily serve to them on a silver platter. Now, this is years ago,...