Main Stream Media, The Internet, and You

Posted: November 3, 2012 by Wardy in Media, Media Matters, Media Research Center
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We are living in a great time. The MSM has turned a blind eye to what happened in Benghazi, or the Fast and Furious,  Had this been 20 years ago, no one would have a clue what happened. But with the advent of social media (FaceBook, Twitter, Google+ and so on) regular people have access to the truth. Try as they might to NOT talk about what happened in Benghazi, news – REAL NEWS is getting out, and the old dinosaurs from the MSM like the NY Times and ALL of the broadcast networks can’t cover things up anymore. Although they are trying but no we have the methods to call them to task. Facebook gives us the ability to find stories that the MSM should be talking about. Twitter has become the nervous system of the Internet. With social media we can find out what’s happening in the world within seconds, meaning we have less of a dependency on the MSM than ever before. One of the reasons for this show is to alert you to what is going on in our country, even though you can’t find most of the stuff we talk about in the MSM. We don’t want to control the narrative, but want you, the listener to look for yourself. If you listen to the show, or follow us on FaceBook or Twitter, we give our opinions, but encourage you to do your own research  and keep us honest. Thankfully we have the ability to challenge the status quo, and show what is REALLY happening in our country. In the words of Steve Jobs, we just want to put a dent in the universe. If we can help ONE person, to look up the information, we are happy.

Let us know what you think, in the comments!


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