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The Hidden Audio Of Mike Brown Shooting Eye Witness – A Witness Conversation Unknowingly Captured at the Scene of the Ferguson Shooting is a Game-Changer

Posted on August 17, 2014 by sundance

This is an update to the original outline we shared several days ago when we discovered the hidden audio of an eye witness to the Mike Brown and Darren Wilson shooting incident. 259 more words


Media bias, anti-semitism, and the anti-anti-semitic pushback

This post is going to be a catch-up of sorts of some of the news items I let slip over the last few days. They all have a connection, if only tangential, to Israel’s war against the Hamas in Gaza. 1,779 more words


New York Times: Harry Reid "seethed" at a disengaged Barack Obama

 According to the New York Times Barack Obama held a meeting in June about the situation in Iraq and during this meeting Harry Reid took the opportunity to discuss the Republicans holding up Barack Obama’s ambassador nominees. 501 more words


Breaking Down Ferguson

There needs to be some context to the wild accusations and media sensationalism surrounding the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO.

  1. The media continues to call Brown “unarmed”. 
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Storifying the media's biases on Gaza

The internet tool Storify is a neat tool if you want to get an overview of a story or news event. It comprises a plethora of social media and search engines, and allows for users to create their own story of a subject based on key words. 255 more words

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Who watches the watchers?

by Steven Emerson
The Jerusalem Post
August 16, 2014

The performance of the media in covering the Israel-Gaza conflict remains the one area of investigation that is sorely needed. 784 more words

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