<\body> Stories in America: What You'll Learn from the Morning TV 'News'

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

What You'll Learn from the Morning TV 'News'

The following stories were featured on this morning's cable news shows from 8:00-9:00 am.

It's Fashion Week!
Wayne Gretzky's Wife is Named in a Gambling Ring
Mariah Carey at the Grammy's
Olympic Snowboarders
The DaVinci Code Movie
and finally, Britney Spears Was Caught Driving with Her Baby in Her Lap - I'm glad MSNBC took precious air time to have a debate on this very important news item

So far, the 'liberal media' is ignoring this morning's "Band of Brothers" event in DC. The Band of Brothers is comprised of 56 veterans running for Democratic seats in Congress. Not since 1946 have so many veterans come together as candidates for one political party.


At 2/08/2006 10:32 AM, Anonymous timmy said...

From the site:

We will not sit by and let the Republicans ruin the concept of an all-volunteer military through policy AND politics. A man or woman serving in Iraq shouldn’t have to dodge bullets today and worry about their service being questioned, discounted and slandered in the future. The more than 50 veterans currently seeking office shouldn’t either

Couple things:

The only high-profile politician I'm aware of that proposed a non-volunteer military draft was Democrat Charles Rangle. What's that about?

I believe the press has every right to question anyone running for public office about anything they want....regardless of whether or not it might be considered poor taste. If you're libeled or slandered, sue the bastards. (Just like anyone giving eulogies at Democrat's funerals has every right to say whatever they want...however tasteless and politically motivated that may be.)

Other than that, good luck...go for it guys!

At 2/09/2006 10:23 AM, Anonymous AF said...

Actually, at least at NBC, the Today show is under the entertainment division, not the news division.

But it would be nice if they called it the "Today Entertainment" show or something.


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