Hey ABC, you’re a bunch of whores, period, end of story…
In preparation for the first lady’s 50th birthday on Saturday, ABC News has served up a fawning list 50 ways to celebrate the occasion.
It highlights Michelle Obama’s most memorable and glamorous moments. Below, ten examples from the list, which you can read in full here:
Dance to Beyonce
Move into a massive new house with your family and invite your mother to move in too
Make the cover of Vogue
Buy a Jason Wu dress
Hang out with your friend, Oprah
Roll your eyes at House Speaker John Boehner or the Danish prime minister
Hug, kiss and fist bump the President of the United States
Travel the world on Air Force One
Dine at Spiagga in Chicago
Hang out in Hawaii for an extra week as an early birthday gift
But, in other more positive news.
By Eugene Volokh on January 17, 2014 1:34 pm in Freedom of Speech
So holds today’s Obsidian Finance Group v. Cox (9th Cir. Jan. 17, 2014) (in which I represented the defendant). To be precise, the Ninth Circuit concludes that all who speak to the public, whether or not they are members of the institutional press, are equally protected by the First Amendment. To quote the court,
The protections of the First Amendment do not turn on whether the defendant was a trained journalist, formally affiliated with traditional news entities, engaged in conflict-of-interest disclosure, went beyond just assembling others’ writings, or tried to get both sides of a story. As the Supreme Court has accurately warned, a First Amendment distinction between the institutional press and other speakers is unworkable: “With the advent of the Internet and the decline of print and broadcast media … the line between the media and others who wish to comment on political and social issues becomes far more blurred.” Citizens United, 558 U.S. at 352. In defamation cases, the public-figure status of a plaintiff and the public importance of the statement at issue — not the identity of the speaker — provide the First Amendment touchstones.
ABC isn’t the only Mainstream Media outlet that, by and large the American public have decided are a bunch of lying dishonest whore, though ABC’s fawning over Michelle Obama’s birthday is a perfect example of why they hold the media in such contempt.
By Global Research
Global Research, October 24, 2013
“That’s why they call it the American Dream, because you have to be asleep to believe it.”
Recently a poll was conducted among Americans to determine the extent to which people have faith in mainstream media to report the news accurately.
The result showed that a staggering sixty percent of Americans do not trust the media in the United States — an all-time record.
More and more people are realizing that mainstream media serve as nothing more than well-funded mouthpieces for corrupt leaders. They work hand-in-hand to deliver news that suits corporate agendas (namely, spin and lies). Mainstream media exists to parrot the drivel and propaganda of the global elite:
“Speaking figuratively is the preferred way of talking by officials who want to appear to be saying something substantive when they have nothing substantive to say. In many cases, it is meaningless trash talk, a hidden way of lying. President Obama is a master of it.” (See ““Talking Trash”: War, Economic Crisis and the Lies of History“)
NBC, CBS and CNN fare little better in the arena of public opinion as recent changes in the Prime Time line-up indicate that even they cannot “Hide the decline” in their flagship programs audience viewership.
The big NBC News shake-up is under way.
Deborah Turness, the recently named boss of the division, on Friday named Alex Wallace to be the executive in charge of the Washington bureau — while also elevating her to the No. 2 spot within NBC News.
As head of the Washington bureau, Wallace, 48, will oversee “Meet the Press,” which has slipped recently in the ratings.
Wallace takes over the job previously held by Antoine Sanfuentes, who left NBC News in December after 24 years.
Ken Strickland, the Washington bureau chief, and Rob Yarin, the executive producer of “Meet the Press,” will both report to Wallace.
The shake-up is the first major move by Turness, 46, as she looks to breathe new energy into the news division and in the ratings of “Meet the Press” and “Today” — both key shows.
CNN Tweaks Daytime Lineup, Expanding Duties for Michaela Pereira, John Berman
CNN said it would expand duties for two of its early-morning hosts, John Berman and Michaela Pereira, as part of a rejiggering of its daytime lineup
Starting Monday, February 10, the duo will host an 11 a.m. program, a move that will send the current occupant of that slot, Ashleigh Banfield, to noon. Berman and Pereira will continue their other duties on the Time Warner-owned cable-news network, continuing to hold forth on “Early Start” at 5 a.m. and New Day at 6 a.m., respectively
Sadly, the Marxist sympathizing useless imbeciles running the Fifth Column Treasonous Media seem to be so profoundly indoctrinated by their own propaganda that they are incapable of grasping the simple truth. Changing their imbecilic dishonest propaganda spouting talking-heads won’t solve their problems, it’s their Marxist ideology masquerading as liberalism/Progressiveism that is killing their creditability, not who presents it.