Yes, Virginia, There Is Truth in Media

A smart, savvy high school student recently asked me to recommend some sources for real news, or what is commonly found in new media — truth.  For most readers, it is a long-held foregone conclusion that mainstream media is little more than a mouthpiece of the left — celebrity wannabes clinging to the coattails of the ruling class elite.  And yet, far too many of our youth and, far more startlingly, right-of-center adults are still dangerously unaware that the mainstream media of old is a wholly unnecessary exercise in head-banging frustration.  Yes, Virginia, there really is another media.  The media.  Maybe it’s time we spell out how to get there.

For all the lessons youth have crammed down their throats by leftist teachers, MTV, Steven Colbert, and even Planned Parenthood, the ideals of conservatism are largely, if not entirely, left to parents.  This is not exactly a news flash.  But it does make it all the more alarming that so many adults are still in the dark when it comes to finding reliable, truthful news without spin and without the taint of progressivism.  There really is a media that exposed the coming fundamental transformation at the hands of a composite fraud long before youth voted for him in droves in 2008, and long before David Maraniss came along and made even old media scratch its collective head for the first time in years.  For Maraniss, it’s one thing to expose embellishment (lies) for the sake of narrative — a deception that is practically the left’s modus operandi — and there’s missing the forest for the cover of a few trees.  Because the truth is, the ultimate Barack-Barry-Soetero-Hussein-Obama fraud, as Maraniss fails to report, is that Obama didn’t actually write his auto-biography (autobiographies), so much as close friend and terrorist Bill Ayers did, as has been exhaustively and expertly established by author Jack Cashill, at American Thinker and elsewhere.  If this is news to you, it’s time you had a blueprint for finding real media, no matter your generation.  

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