Wednesday, April 11, 2007


ID Meets the Grassy Knoll

The notion that Faux News "is a conservative Republican mouthpiece is completely absurd," writes Cliff Kincaid of the Accuracy in Media. AIM, for those of you who are unfamiliar with it, is an organization that critiques creeping liberalism in the media -- it's kind of like the Discovery Institute's Evolution News and Views media complaints division writ large.

Mr. Kincaid's angry at the fact that the media covers gay rights, going so far as to publish gay marriage announcements, but won't give Aids deniers the sort of coverage he thinks they deserve.

Global warming? Despite the fact that DaveScot says coverage dropped off after cold weather hit the nation last weekend, Kincaid sees deeper, darker forces working tirelessly to pull the wool over the nation's eyes.

Concerns about black helicopters, the United Nations, and one world government have given way, in Kincaid's loony toons world to worries about a shadowy North American Union run by the Canadians or Mexicans. There are hidden documents and secret working groups -- but the media just won't cover the issue.

Oh yeah, they won't give coverage to the Discovery Institute or intelligent design, either. The media conspirators kept Anthony Flew's earth-shattering conversion from atheism off the front page of the New York Times. It wasn't even the lead story on the NBC nightly news.

Now that's power.


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