Commentaries are totally biased to liberal cause

2013-08-20T00:00:00Z 2013-08-20T17:10:15Z Commentaries are totally biased to liberal cause nwitimes.com
August 20, 2013 12:00 am

Year ago, I had a history teacher at Indiana University Northwest who said the news media slant news and are liberals. An example was causing the USA to get into the Spanish-American War.

Actors in a New York studio played victims of Spanish aggression in the New World. Another used a scene from "Gone with the Wind," with soldiers dying on the field of Atlanta, a burning propaganda fabrication.

Today the liberal press depicts Obama as a god who can do nothing wrong. Such a lie. He is a sorry excuse for a president.

David Richards of Hobart is right. I saw the 17-year-old thug Trayvon Martin's picture. He was a full grown man — someone to be afraid of — yet the news flashed pictures of a 12-year-old child. What were the media trying to do? Follow Obama's example of lying.

Newspapers and commentary are totally biased to the liberal cause.

— Danyel Romich, Portage

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