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"Educate and inform the whole mass of the people... They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty." Thomas Jefferson

In the movie “The Wizard of Oz,” Dorothy and her compatriots finally come upon the palace of the Wizard, and in the main hall a huge head faces them, talks, breaths fire and smoke and holds the terrorized but rapt attention of anyone who looks upon his face. That is until a curtain is moved and we find that the Wizard is actually a little wimpy old man who just works levers and pushes buttons to make the huge head talk and move. “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain” the Wizard yells into a microphone, hoping the huge talking head will make Dorothy, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion and the Scarecrow ignore the facts and concentrate on the illusion. As in the Wizard of Oz, the American people are transfixed on our own talking heads that come from our own Wizard boxes every night on the evening news. And the “news media” understands completely how much power they have over the minds of the masses, even those who say “it’s all lies and you can’t trust the media.” By using graphic images, focusing only on what they want you to see and hear, shaping events by reporting only on those that fit the media’s political agenda, ignoring anything that is counterproductive to their goals, they control an empire that is actually a fourth arm of government. And, they control our minds.

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Media group asks US to stop detaining journalists

updated 11:37 a.m. CT, Tues., Feb. 10, 2009
UNITED NATIONS - A media watchdog group said Tuesday it has urged President Barack Obama to end the U.S. military's practice of detaining journalists without charges and asked for a full investigation into killings of journalists by U.S. military forces.

The Committee to Protect Journalists also noted in its annual study of attacks against the press that Iraq remained the most dangerous country for the profession, with 11 journalists killed in 2008. That number is down from 2007 and 2006, when 32 journalists died each year.


Too much television and time spent on the internet can make children mentally ill, an in-depth report has concluded.
Last Updated: 3:58PM GMT 02 Feb 2009
Excessive exposure makes a child materialistic, which in turn affects their relationship with their parents and their health.
That is one of the conclusions of a new wide-ranging survey into British childhood, produced for the Children's Society.
It says that children are part of a new form of consumerism, with under 16 year-olds spending £3 billion of their own money each year on clothes, snacks, music, video games and magazines.
The report claims that some advertisers "explicitly exploit the mechanism of peer pressure, while painting parents as buffoons" and that in its most extreme form, advertising persuades children that "you are what you own".
In addition the "constant exposure" to celebrities through, TV soaps, dramas and chat shows is having a detrimental effect.

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