The moral absolutists have taken hold of social policy in America. As a result, the road to a stricter authoritarian approach to government has been paved with the loss of concern about real social justice.
If conglomeration consolidation of the media can impact something as potentially meaningless as endorsements of politicians, then it stands to reason that their influence on those areas of public opinion that actually do matter may reach deeper than anyone might like to suspect.
The story that he produced detailed how this man set off from Wales and landed in South Carolina, the land of fantasies and eager dreams. But what made Edgar Allan Poe the genius that he was lies in Poe’s decision to add one beautiful little touch to the story that 99% of writers would never have come up with.
The Hillsborough Disaster, for you Americans who confused the media owned by Rupert Murdoch with journalist entities, was the worst stadium tragedy in British history. It happened at a soccer game, as you might expect. Too many people in too little space dominated by a structure incapable of handling such stress. The result was the death of 96 people. The Wednesday after the Hillsborough Disaster, Rupert Murdoch’s newspaper The Sun, and only The Sun, ran this headline: THE TRUTH”, “Some fans picked pockets of victims”, “Some fans urinated on the brave cops”, “Some fans beat up PC giving kiss of life”.
My main concern is that Sinclair Broadcasting owns these stations. If they wanted to force feed their fascist dogma down the throats of those who eat that kind of garbage up, they have recourse to time throughout the schedule to do it.