The fourth estate = the fifth column

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alexjrgreen
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Post by alexjrgreen »

"Peaceful as the grave."

Gustav Meyrink - The Golem, 1915
Ars artis est celare artem.

joedead
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Post by joedead »

Dave, I have an argument, but I've also lost all steam. Should I bother to post it or shall we call it a day?

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Post by ravingdave »

joedead wrote:Dave, I have an argument, but I've also lost all steam. Should I bother to post it or shall we call it a day?

I understand the sentiment. Yeah, we can call it a day. I still haven't got down to the library to look up the material you referenced. Just too much other stuff to do nowadays.


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joedead
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Post by joedead »

It's been fun. Looking forward to crossing swords again.

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Post by ravingdave »

More Media sabotage of conservatives.


http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,499525,00.html

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Carl White
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Re: The fourth estate = the fifth column

Post by Carl White »

He called it. I don't think anyone can reasonably deny the incredible left wing bias of the media anymore. And now that social media has popped up, the growing censorship of any opinion conservative.

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