- Sarah Palin
It is the media's failure to perform its primary function -- unbiased reporting of the news -- that makes it so lame. By acting as Barack Obama's publicity agents rather than journalists, the media lost what little remaining credibility it had with the majority of Americans. - Josh Painter
Click here to see how the media lies, demonstrates hypocricy and outright smears
Anatomy of a Smear: Partisan press wildly exaggerates a story based on flimsy evidence, the story is granted credence by allegedly objective media outlets, and a candidate is toxified. They are at war, and this is how they fight.
The minority left has a majority of the microphones and keyboards in the media.
TheDC: Sarah Palin strikes back at Journolist’s ’sick puppies’
TheDC: When McCain picked Palin, liberal journalists coordinated the best line of attack
TheDC: Liberal journalists, law professor debate merits of shutting down Fox News on Journolist
TheDC: Journolist documents show media plotting to kill unfavorable stories about Rev. Jeremiah Wright
MYRA ADAMS: This tawdry tale from TheDC is a wake-up call to the country: Is our free press really free?
"I don't blame people for not really knowing what it is, in some instances -- what I stand for or what my record is because if I believed everything that I read or heard in the media, I wouldn't like me either." - Sarah Palin
Sarah Palin's Journey into the Media’s Heart of Darkness
The Out of Touch Media Destroyed By Focus Group
No Palin Setback Too Small for Couric Who Skips How Palin 'Acted in Good Faith'
On my Fight for the Right page (which I wrote about 2 years ago), I said the number one key to victory in taking back our country is to "Convince people that the media lies to us and expose liberal bias and double standards frequently." It's working and we're starting to win now.
Brent Bozell Reacts to Americans' Heightened Anger with the Media
Mediaite Thinks Karl Rove is Writing Sarah Palin's Facebook Notes!
MRC Special Report: How the Media Have Dismissed and Disparaged the Tea Party Movement
Culture and Media Institute
From the toilet paper roll:
The Daily Kos
Republicans discover the "F" word
Journalists trash Palin speech
What Is Sarah Palin Building, and What Does It Mean?
Gabriel Sherman of New York Magazine
Put This One Next to the Charmin
Maclean's Palin cover story is just another hit piece
Vanity Fair Bias and Bashing
E!Online Palin grabby story
TPM (Toilet Paper Magazine) finds malcontent Tea Party Candidate to use for hit piece on Sarah Palin.
There's plenty of room in the toilet paper dispenser for more
Retracto, the correction Alpaca, will be keeping us informed on media lies thanks to the great work of Andrew Breitbart over at Big Journalism. Just click on the picture to catch Retracto's latest updates.
Palin Media Bias:
The reason, then, that Palin may appear “dicey,” a long shot for the White House and unconvincing as a savvy political player is owing not to any calamitous personal deficiencies—after all, she has succeeded brilliantly in most of her undertakings—but to the well-coordinated offensive launched against her by the media, the special interest groups and the entrenched Beltway power brokers. That is, she has been targeted for extinction by the 30% minority who control the levers of power and influence. They have her in their “crosshairs.” - David Solway
There is always a steady background of attacks on Gov. Palin from the Left, but they ramp them up in direct proportion to the good vibes that she generates for herself. They are desperate not to let her redefine herself from the character they have tried to define her as. - Josh Painter
Jamie Weinstein: Palin vs. Edwards, Case Study in Media Bias
Anatomy of a Palin Smear Campaign Gone Wild
Arianna Huffington: Free Speech Applies Only to Liberals
Geoffrey Dunn: Liar
Shannyn Moore: Liar
HuffPo's Sarah Palin Foot Fetish
Huffington Post Hits Sarah Palin Over the Head With a Dead Body
Arianna Huffington lies to Roger Ailes and tells him that hate
mongering stuff on her website is "not approved."
Arianna Huffington writes this about Van Jones being the victim of a "vile and vicious smear campaign": "And that if every mistake, misstep, boneheaded decision, or error in judgment becomes an automatic disqualifier for public service, then we're going to be left with a political landscape filled with nothing but wrinkle-free, foible-free, passionless automatons who have never made a mistake because they never took the risk of having an original thought." This is intellectual dishonesty at its best given how Ms. Huffington handles Sarah Palin.