America has been shocked by the publication of secret, illegally obtained military documents. Julian Assange, the perpetrator of this despicable and unconscionable act, has shamed himself and all others who would like to destroy America.
Equally offensive is our own national media’s intentional neglect of the chicanery rotting our country. Today’s major media reporters have abrogated their appointed responsibility as investigative journalists, choosing instead to foist their brand of political propaganda on a naive citizenry.
Where are the media crusaders of the past? Where are the media probes into secret dealings of politicians, trade-offs for self aggrandizement, political maneuvering to subvert the constitutional process?
Shouldn’t Americans be alerted by the media when our Justice Department adopts a policy of prosecuting civil rights offenses only when the victim is a member of a minority?
Where is the media’s shock at the brutality and intimidation by Democrat-ruled unions (SEIU members beating up an African American man who did not fit into their protest screamings; paid protesters bused to surround the house of a bank executive ...)?
Corruption of the voting process should stir Americans. Yet it takes amateur young people to expose the sinister behavior of government-supported ACORN. And where is the outrage that this un-American voting scourge has now reinvented itself under new names? Where is the media outcry against those who would honor illegal immigration over American dignity and constitutional rights?
America deserves news reporting invested in pursuing transparency and honesty rather than in serving a political propaganda agenda.