Tuesday, January 02, 2007

10 most underreported stories of 2006

January 2, 2007

Worldnetdaily has compiled quite a list of the 10 most underreported stories of 2006. The 10 are;

1. Plans under way for North American Union

2. Wave of murders and other crimes by illegal aliens:

3. Female teachers sexually preying on their students:

4. Mideast terror leaders favor Democrats:

5. Manipulated war photos by major news outlets:

6. New revelation showing that contrary to his claims, Sandy Berger deliberately hid classified documents:

7. Iran leader's apocalyptic end-times vision:

8. Two border agents face heavy prison time for injuring a drug smuggler they thought was armed:

9. Mega-pastor Rick Warren praising Syria:

10. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg snoozing for 15 minutes during oral arguments.

Visit Worldnetdaily.com to read more about these major stories that received scant attention from our lamestream media.


1 comment:

u∃∃l!∃ said...

It is more biased to report (4) while NOT reporting the preferences of the citizens and leaders of our Allies (such as Europeans); than it is to not report either.

As far a (2) goes, I have an issue with the using such arguments to incite fear for illegal immigrants. I see this being done by the “anti reasonable changes to illegal immigration policy crowd“ so often that it triggers either frustration in me, or I do a “Tune Out”. The risk here is, that I also miss valid arguments because I have gone into “Tune Out” mode.

Both sides of the media are on (7) and (8).
While (8) angers me, I think it is over-used by the “anti reasonable changes to illegal immigration policy crowd“. If this were used to convince me we need to give more power to those guarding the border, to use what force necessary to stop Drug Trafficking (BY ANYONE, legal resident or not), by people (or media) which were not also advocating a “kick them all out because they are all law breaking people who are bad for this country" argument, they would more likely have my attention.

Why is (10) a big issue, isn’t this all recorded, and can’t he listen to this later.