[Paleopsych] Re: Disinfopedia
waluk at earthlink.net
Sun Nov 28 03:01:09 UTC 2004
If you substitute the word viewpoint for prejudice,
your sentence below should make more sense.
My question concerned the initiation of a one-party
system. Apparently you disapprove of such a setup.
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From: "Steve Hovland" <shovland at mindspring.com>
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Subject: RE: [Paleopsych] Re: Disinfopedia
> 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
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>>>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
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