Check this out .. from Reuters .. <br><br><blockquote>Dan Rather's Farewell Overshadowed by CBS Scandal <br><br>Tuesday, March 08, 2005 4:10 p.m. ET<br>By Claudia Parsons<br><br>NEW YORK (Reuters) - From JFK's assassination to Tiananmen Square and the Asian tsunami, Dan Rather reported on the major events of the last 40 years, but his retirement this week as CBS anchor has been marred by a journalistic scandal.<br><br>One of the three leading U.S. news anchors for the past two decades, Rather interviewed world leaders from Fidel Castro to Saddam Hussein and reported from such far-flung datelines as Baghdad, Kabul and Moscow.<br><br>But many conservative critics saw him as "America's most politicized journalist" and created the Web site RatherBiased.com to try to tarnish his reputation.<br><br>Still watched by up to 8 million Americans, Rather's evening news audience was largely elderly in recent years as viewers turned to the Internet and 24-hour cable news. He will sign off for the last time on Wednesday.</blockquote><br><br>A few things of note:<br><br>1). While it's true Dan Rather's critics are, largely, conservatives, you'll never see liberals labeled as "liberal critics" in the press. When it comes to labels and fairness in the press, it's not a two way street. <br><br>2). You'll note that even though The CBS Evening News is in a distant third place among the networks, it still draws 8 million viewers. Fox News doesn't draw anywhere near that number .. Their Op/Ed O'Reilly Factor draws a little over 2 million. <br><br>However, Fox News, a cable news channel, is supposed to trump the liberal bias spread through the major wire services, three major network newscasts, MSNBC, PBS, NPR, The New York Times, The LA Times, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, The Sun Times, The St. Louis Post Dispatch, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Houston Chronicle, The Dallas Morning News, The Miami Herald, The Baltimore Sun, The Denver Post, The Minneapolis Star-Tribune, The Detroit News, The Portland Oregonian, The Seattle Times etc.<br><br>****************<br>no sig
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stop yer decoys por favor<br>http://news.google.com/news?hl=en&ned=tus&q=Evangelical+corporations<br><br>We (probably more than half the US after the bankruptcy and SS sh!t issue hits the fan) all know who the real criminals are:<br><br>Center For American Progress, D.C. - 15 hours ago<br>... do we get back to a historic, biblical, and genuinely evangelical faith rescued ... either in totalitarian regimes or in huge multinational corporations that now ... <br>Rebels Without a Cause<br>Atlantic Online - 16 hours ago<br>... was an open and accountable Parliament or Congress if opaque corporations were setting so ... now in the United States is a lot of evangelical Christians embracing ... <br>Mainline Denominations Reject Proposed 2006 Fiscal Budget as “ ...<br>Christian Post, CA - Mar 9, 2005<br>... with five of our member denominations - The Episcopal Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church ... war spending and tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations, as well ... <br>Chomsky: money determines US president<br>MehrNews.com, Iran - Mar 8, 2005<br>... The largest voting bloc by far is evangelical Christians, an enormous segment ... by the level of funding, overwhelmingly from the very wealthy and corporations. ... <br>Channel Surfing<br>TheInd.com, LA - Mar 8, 2005<br>... dictators in black robes,” 501c3 non-profit corporations, faith-based initiatives, no-bid federal contracts and “so-called evangelical Christians.” He ... <br>Welcome to Doomsday<br>The New York Review of Books - Mar 4, 2005<br>... But even for green activists in evangelical circles, Harden wrote, "there are landmines ... as it has become more and more beholden to the corporations that finance ... <br>Big business religion<br>Town Hall, DC - Feb 28, 2005<br>... to be sure, and one that is increasingly paid for by corporations. ... Hundreds of evangelical Christians in the Southern California area were recently fleeced out ... <br>Inter-church group backs Israel divestment<br>Canadian Jewish News, Canada - Mar 2, 2005<br>... It does not include the Roman Catholic Church or most evangelical or Pentecostal churches. ... “Multinational corporations have been involved in the demolition ... <br>13th President Elected at Wittenberg University<br>Christian Post, CA - Mar 4, 2005<br>... one of the 28 colleges and universities of the Evangelical Lutheran Church ... in extensive travel to develop ties with international corporations and universities ... <br>Interfaith religious leaders bless hotel workers<br>The Tidings, CA - Mar 2, 2005<br>... "We believe your cause is a righteous cause," said Evangelical Lutheran Bishop Dean ... leverage with what they say are powerful multi-national hotel corporations. ... <br><br>IMPEACH THE BASTIDGE!<br><br><br>Love ta love ya pal!<br><br>
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