More references regarding the long term gains in conservative influence upon America

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-- Republicans Have Huge Edge in Campaign Cash (

-- Bush Raises More Money Than All 9 Challengers (

-- The Short, Unhappy Life of Campaign Finance Reform

-- Media conglomerates manipulate our views

"conservative editorial pages are more intensely partisan, and far less willing to criticize a Republican administration than the liberal pages are to take on a Democratic administration"

-- Persuaders or Partisans? (

"The uniformity of support for our current foreign policy by major and cable-news networks should concern every American"

-- "Neo-conned"; Congressman Ron Paul (Republican) addresses the U.S. House of Representatives, July 10, 2003

"...the growing concentration of wealth [at the top] has reshaped our political system: it is at the root both of a general shift to the right and of an extreme polarization of our politics"

-- Plutocracy by some other name; thoughts on the eve of the apocalypse; October 20, 2002; citing this New York Times article

-- 'America has become a two-tier society in which CEOs make 200 times more than their workers (it was only 40-1 in 1980)'

-- Why Aren't More Liberals On Television?

-- Liberalism doesn't get a hearing on American radio or television

-- Americans ill-served by own media

-- Bushwhacked: the American press have now become the president's men

-- Networks refuse to sell air time for millionaire's anti-war commercials (These may be the commercials the networks won't air)

-- U.S. press corps treads softly with Bush

-- I Was Almost a Stooge For National Plutocrat Radio

-- 'compared with their foreign counterparts, the “liberal” US media are strikingly conservative -- and in this case hawkish'

-- Appellate Court Rules Media Can Legally Lie. - SierraTimes.Com

-- Their master's voice: Rupert Murdoch argued strongly for a war with Iraq in an interview this week. Which might explain why his 175 editors around the world are backing it too

-- 'A compliant press is preparing the ground for an all-out attack on Iraq. It never mentions the victims: the young, the old and the vulnerable'

-- CNN leaves 750 words out of Blix transcript

-- 'The media in this country is often accused of being liberal. But in this case, the perspective they have taken is the perspective of the Administration; that anything found is a reason for war'

-- 'These privileges have ruined the free press in this country'

-- The end of fairness: Right-wing commentators have a virtual monopoly when it comes to talk radio

-- Clear Channel: the Media Mammoth that Stole the Airwaves

-- Betrayed by the Business Press; Businessweek

-- Business Reporting: The Voice Of The Profit?;

-- That Reporter Done Steered Me Wrong - How much should we blame journalists for the dot-com crash?

-- 'network news sources skew white, male & elite'

-- TV news looks to the most powerful groups

-- 'Americans hypnotized by mass media and billionaire takeover artists need to snap out of it'

-- Price of the 'Liberal Media' Myth

-- Left, Right Debate Over Media Bias Continues (

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