Monday, July 11, 2005

Right Wing Radio In Iraq

This article from Operation Truth describes a contingent of conservative radio hosts who are going to report the "good" news from Iraq.

Apparently Fox News is not sufficient for right wingers. What is especially dubious about this mission is the fact that the reporters have already stated that they are going to "report the good news". The phrase that comes to mind when a statement like that is made is "selective reporting". However, according to the concerned radio personnel, they are simply countering what has already been a liberal blitz of "bad news".

Melanie Morgan, the head of the group as well as a conservative commentator from San Francisco, does not seem interested in fulfilling the title "reporter". She seems more interested in revenge. This blog believes that she should rearrange her priorities if she wants her "truth tour" to be taken seriously.

What befuddles more critics is the fact that this group of radio personnel is government sponsored. More here from Randy J. Bull's Words Have Power.


At 12:48 PM, Blogger Sam said...

Jack, I have some funny pictures from up here to show you. It involves a little act of sabotage against books written by our friends Sean and Ann. You'll see.

By the way, I wanted to wish you best of luck tomorrow. Enjoy it...

At 1:48 PM, Blogger Jack said...

Thanks, I look forward to seeing them. So, lemme understand something...Once I get to Broad St., I take the Loop Bus? Which one, and how do I find it?

At 4:16 PM, Blogger Sam said...

The bus is called "The Loop." It's also the 306 (like the one we take is the 28), but just has a special name for some reason. It's a smaller bus, so it looks different, and it's labeled. I think any of the other buses that stop at the bus stop outside the Broad Street station will also get you where you want to go (and they should be the same price). Check out this site - - for a listing of which lines in addition to The Loop run to Penn Station from Broad. (Remember, Penn Station is just across from the Gateway Center.) Looking at these schedules, I think it might not be a bad idea to take one of these other buses - the 108, 72, or 76 - your first few days since it's easier to get off at Penn Station and cross the street than to get off at the Seton Hall building and find your way.

Give me a call if you have any other questions or if this doesn't make any sense. I'll be watching the HR Derby.


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