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Ted Rall: WealthCare
Written By: Jeff Ignatius
Section: Lifestyle

Category: Ted Rall

2010-01-11 11:40:13


Ted Rall: Don't Let the Perfect Be the Enemy of the Good
Written By: Jeff Ignatius
Section: Lifestyle

Category: Ted Rall

2009-12-26 12:18:04


Ted Rall: Welcome to the Public Option
Written By: Jeff Ignatius
Section: Lifestyle

Category: Ted Rall

2009-12-24 12:15:41


Ted Rall: A Welcome Sign
Written By: Jeff Ignatius
Section: Lifestyle

Category: Ted Rall

2009-10-29 15:21:11


Question and Verify
Written By: Kathleen McCarthy
Section: Commentary/Politics

Category: Editorials

2009-10-15 15:00:03

Many of the decision-making processes we engage in require some degree of trust. Trust characterizes nearly every relationship under the sun -- whether husband-wife, parent-child, teacher-student, doctor-patient -- including legislator-voter/taxpayer and media-consumer. With regard to this week's cover story subject -- the H1N1 flu virus and its vaccines -- the decisions made by Americans to accept the professed need for widespread immunization and the safety of government-procured vaccinations is based almost entirely on trust. People who take the time to evaluate and consider the risk-to-benefit ratio of immunization against any virus find themselves asking, "Whom should I trust?" Many of us depend upon the media for our information on this subject. Unfortunately, the dominant mainstream media is no longer worthy of our trust, most especially in matters of life and death.

The media has proven its wholesale complicity in deliberate manipulation of information/news in favor of its own agenda(s) and, more importantly, in favor of its commercial interests. The H1N1-virus controversy is no different.


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