[Paleopsych] Re: Disinfopedia

Steve Hovland shovland at mindspring.com
Sun Nov 28 01:47:49 UTC 2004

We all tend to think that sources that reflect
our own prejudices are objective.

A lot of liberals listen to right wing media.

How many conservatives listen to Air America?

Steve Hovland

-----Original Message-----
From:	Geraldine  Reinhardt [SMTP:waluk at earthlink.net]
Sent:	Saturday, November 27, 2004 5:19 PM
To:	The new improved paleopsych list
Subject:	Re: [Paleopsych] Re: Disinfopedia

>>This looks like a very useful site.  But there's a conundrum.  The Center 
For Media and Democracy is a special interest group with a prejudged and 
premeditated point of view.  It's also a public relations machine.  A 
successful one. >>


CMD staff members Sheldon Rampton and John Stauber have finished writing 
their fifth book, Banana Republicans: How the Right Wing Is Turning America 
Into a One-Party State. It's now in bookstores, or you can order it online. 
You can also find chapter summaries, an excerpt, and reviews of the book on 
our new Banana Republicans website.

Are those who wish to turn America into a One-Party State considered 
"undemocratic".  Or un-bananarepublican?  After a "skim" at election 
results worldwide it would appear that initiating a one party system (for 
the present time) is not an unacceptable idea.  Could you explain your 
calling The Center For Media and Democracy a prejudged and premeditated 
group?  Is it only because they supported the Hutu-Tutsi conflict? 
 Presently I have very few bones to pick with The Center.



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