From Town Criers to Bloggers: How Will Journalism Survive the Internet Age? #544505-04893

Submission Number:
544505-04893
Commenter:
 Morrissey
State:
California
Initiative Name:
From Town Criers to Bloggers: How Will Journalism Survive the Internet Age?
I choose not to go to the television or paper media for reliable information about what important news I need to know as an informed, active American citizen. Only Fox News has the objective viewpoint I look for. The rest have proven themselves to be biased towards a liberal, socialist and global agenda. The paper media is much too slow and has the same biased agenda as their TV counterparts. Radio is still an excellent source of quick, reliable and objective news and commentary. The Internet is even better than radio as proven in the Drudgereport. Seeing the unrehearsed facial expressions or body language of newsmakers goes even one step further than radio and is just as fast. It gives me the edge I need to counter the scumbags who seek unfair advantage over the normal citizen of this great country. The recent bullying of two good teenager citizens by a scumbag North Carolina lawmaker is just one of thousands of examples we could find. The Internet is marvelous, blessed media free of darkened political interference and should be left alone. It is something that only America could produce. A CURSE ON ANYONE WHO WOULD MANIPULATE IT FOR GODLESS SOCIALISM OR SELFISH POLITICAL REASONS.