Journalism Versus Reality in Iraq .

Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by NEO_CON, Nov 20, 2005.

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    http://www.strategypage.com/htmw/htiw/articles/20051120.aspx


    These are links to the Bio of the people who write Strategy Page . You decided how credible they are.
    http://jimdunnigan.com/bio.htm#top

    http://www.austinbay.net/about.html
     
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  3. Repeat post deleted by NWD.
     
  4. I guess now, maybe they have tilted real hard the other way to compensate ,which adds up to none of their reporting has been accurate. A wonderful record.
     
  5. .....but I bet yoU quoted them when their reports suited your pro-Bush views NEO.....
     
  6. They have never been pro bush though at one time I think just the Washington Post editorialize in favor of going to Iraq. That lasted for about 3 days before it was a quagmire and there was going to be a civil war. That has been the line ever since.
     
  7. An accountant and wargamer and someone with a Bachelor's degree in History. That's me impressed. :roll:

    You really don't have a clue about what democracy and a free society is supposed to be about ,do you?
     
  8. I put the sources up there to give you the information so you can judge for yourself. I do think that is what democracy and free society is about. Even the rabble have a opinion , they can from time to time, govern themselves very successfully.

    Please educate me and tell me what democracy and a free society is about from what I am sure is a very impressive source.
     
  9. I'm a wargamer... (And on a list with him)

    He's quite a published author at this point, and considered something of an authority on some subjects. Whether this applies to journalism relations, I'm not so sure.

    NTM
     
  10. So they were right then.......That must hurt.....
     
  11. An authority? That is like an expert i.e. someone who comes from more than fifteen miles away. N.B. A world-recognised expert is someone who comes from more than fifteen miles away and brings coloured slides.