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Palin Book "Fact Check" Demonstrates Why Newspapers Are Dying

In their ongoing quest (along with the rest of the MSM) to destroy any conservative who dares to question libaralism, the Fish Wrapper makes a front page link of an AP story that supposedly "fact checks" Sarah Palin's new book "Going Rogue" (you know, the book that was so popular, it was #1 on Amazon.com before it was even available).

WASHINGTON -- Sarah Palin's new book reprises familiar claims from the 2008 presidential campaign that haven't become any truer over time.

Ignoring substantial parts of her record if not the facts, she depicts herself as a frugal traveler on the taxpayer's dime, a reformer without ties to powerful interests and a politician roguishly indifferent to high ambition.

Palin goes adrift, at times, on more contemporary issues, too. She criticizes President Barack Obama for pushing through a bailout package that actually was achieved by his Republican predecessor George W. Bush -- a package she seemed to support at the time.

Teaser: 

In their ongoing quest (along with the rest of the MSM) to destroy any conservative who dares to question libaralism, the Fish Wrapper makes a front page link of an AP story that supposedly "fact checks" Sarah Palin's new book "Going Rogue" (you know, the book that was so popular, it was #1 on Amazon.com before it was even available).

Jobs "Saved Or Created" Lie Spread Even Farther By Fish Wrapper

Continuing in its quest to be the biggest propoganda mouthpiece for the Obama administration among all dinosaur media outlets, the Fish Wrapper (aka The Oregonian) published a story about how the Generational Theft Act of 2009 (also known as the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act) has "saved or created" 9,653 jobs in Oregon.

After noticing similarities between the brains of meth users and stroke victims, Portland researchers Marilyn Huckans and Jennifer Loftis theorized they could devise a more effective treatment for addicts.

All they needed was a good chunk of money to prove it. And they got it -- nearly $1 million -- courtesy of the federal stimulus act, which in its first eight months has showered $1.8 billion on Oregon, according to reports released Friday.

"This is our big opportunity," said Huckans, who works with Loftis at Oregon Health & Science University. The money will be used to hire support staff and buy lab mice and equipment for two years of intense study. "We are finally able to get going."

Teaser: 

Continuing in its quest to be the biggest propoganda mouthpiece for the Obama administration among all dinosaur media outlets, the Fish Wrapper (aka The Oregonian) published a story about how the Generational Theft Act of 2009 (also known as the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act) has "saved or created" 9,653 jobs in Oregon.

After noticing similarities between the brains of meth users and stroke victims, Portland researchers Marilyn Huckans and Jennifer Loftis theorized they could devise a more effective treatment for addicts.

All they needed was a good chunk of money to prove it. And they got it -- nearly $1 million -- courtesy of the federal stimulus act, which in its first eight months has showered $1.8 billion on Oregon, according to reports released Friday.

"This is our big opportunity," said Huckans, who works with Loftis at Oregon Health & Science University. The money will be used to hire support staff and buy lab mice and equipment for two years of intense study. "We are finally able to get going."

Another One Sided Article On Interstate Avenue Renaming Furor

As the issue of renaming Interstate Avenue in North Portland for Cesar Chavez continues, so does the Daily Dead fish Wrapper's one side reporting.  The situation is that Commissioner Eric Sten, instead of sticking with his guns, is giving in to the whiner "activists" and voting for the renaming, against the wishes of those who actually live and work on Interstate Avenue.

There are a couple of things that stand out in this article.  The first is the way the Latinos (and the blacks who have joined them) try to get what they want; by whining about not getting their way, threats, and browbeating.

Teaser: 

As the issue of renaming Interstate Avenue in North Portland for Cesar Chavez continues, so does the Daily Dead fish Wrapper's one side reporting.  The situation is that Commissioner Eric Sten, instead of sticking with his guns, is giving in to the whiner "activists" and voting for the renaming, against the wishes of those who actually live and work on Interstate Avenue.

There are a couple of things that stand out in this article.  The first is the way the Latinos (and the blacks who have joined them) try to get what they want; by whining about not getting their way, threats, and browbeating.

Fish Wrapper and AP Twist Facts To "Debunk" Giuliani's Cancer Statistics

On page A2 in the Saturday edition of the Fish Wrapper, they reprint an AP article that attempts to rebut cancer survivability statistics quoted by Rudy Giuliani in campaign ads.

WASHINGTON (AP) - Rudy Giuliani is defending the survival rates he quotes when talking about his prostate cancer, amid criticism he understates the figures and makes unfair comparisons.

In a radio ad running this week in New Hampshire, Giuliani says: "My chance of surviving prostate cancer, and thank God I was cured of it, in the United States: 82 percent. My chances of surviving prostate cancer in England: only 44 percent under socialized medicine."

Teaser: 

On page A2 in the Saturday edition of the Fish Wrapper, they reprint an AP article that attempts to rebut cancer survivability statistics quoted by Rudy Giuliani in campaign ads.

WASHINGTON (AP) - Rudy Giuliani is defending the survival rates he quotes when talking about his prostate cancer, amid criticism he understates the figures and makes unfair comparisons.

In a radio ad running this week in New Hampshire, Giuliani says: "My chance of surviving prostate cancer, and thank God I was cured of it, in the United States: 82 percent. My chances of surviving prostate cancer in England: only 44 percent under socialized medicine."

One Sided Discussion On Furor Over Renaming Interstate Avenue For Chavez

As most people in Portland are aware, a hot issue in Portland lately has been the attempt by Tom Potter to change the name of Interstate Avenue in NE portland to Cesar Chavez Boulevard. For some reason, he didn't anticipate the response he got when he tried to ram it down everybody's throats. There were heated community meetings, and when a couple of the city commissioners started talking about alternatives, Potter stormed out of a City council meeting last Thursday in anger.

Teaser: 

As most people in Portland are aware, a hot issue in Portland lately has been the attempt by Tom Potter to change the name of Interstate Avenue in NE portland to Cesar Chavez Boulevard. For some reason, he didn't anticipate the response he got when he tried to ram it down everybody's throats. There were heated community meetings, and when a couple of the city commissioners started talking about alternatives, Potter stormed out of a City council meeting last Thursday in anger.

Fish Wrapper Buries Negative Story On Biofuel

Sometimes the bias displayed by the Fish Wrapper is a little more subtle than other times, but it's still there. Today, for instance, they bury a negative story about the down side of biofuel in a side column on page A6.

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — A U.N. expert on Friday called the growing practice of converting food crops into biofuel "a crime against humanity," saying it is creating food shortages and
price jumps that cause millions of poor people to go hungry.

Teaser: 

Sometimes the bias displayed by the Fish Wrapper is a little more subtle than other times, but it's still there. Today, for instance, they bury a negative story about the down side of biofuel in a side column on page A6.

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — A U.N. expert on Friday called the growing practice of converting food crops into biofuel "a crime against humanity," saying it is creating food shortages and
price jumps that cause millions of poor people to go hungry.

Studies In Liberal Bias: Ignore National Day of Prayer, Promote Bogus Carbon Credits

For today's demonstration of the liberal bias served up daily in the Daily Dead Fish Wrapper, we will compare and contrast, and throw in a little ignored stories action, too.

Teaser: 

For today's demonstration of the liberal bias served up daily in the Daily Dead Fish Wrapper, we will compare and contrast, and throw in a little ignored stories action, too.

The Rest Of The Story About Teddy's Food Stamps

One of the big stories that the Daily Dead Fish Wrapper has been beating to death this past week is Ted Kulongoski's pledge to live off of food stamps for a week in recognition of Hunger Awareness Week. According to Teddy's press release, $21 is the average amount that a person living off of food stamps receives per week.

Not only has the Fish Wrapper published multiple articles on the story, but so has the Associated Press.

Teaser: 

One of the big stories that the Daily Dead Fish Wrapper has been beating to death this past week is Ted Kulongoski's pledge to live off of food stamps for a week in recognition of Hunger Awareness Week. According to Teddy's press release, $21 is the average amount that a person living off of food stamps receives per week.

Not only has the Fish Wrapper published multiple articles on the story, but so has the Associated Press.

Bias On Display In Favor Of Murdering Children

On Wednesday (4/18/07) the Supreme Court upheld the Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003 by a vote of 5-4. This law bans a very gruesome form of late term abortion where, as described to the judge in National Abortion Federation vs. Ashcroft

the physician grasps the fetus's lower extremity with fingers or forceps and pulls the fetus through the cervix and vagina until its head is lodged in the cervical opening. At this point, the fetus's arms and legs have been delivered outside the uterus while the fetus is still alive. With the fetus's head lodged in the cervix, the physician punctures the skull with scissors or crushes the head with forceps.... The physician then drains the fetus's skull by suction, or by using a finger, and the skull collapses.

Teaser: 

On Wednesday (4/18/07) the Supreme Court upheld the Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003 by a vote of 5-4. This law bans a very gruesome form of late term abortion where, as described to the judge in National Abortion Federation vs. Ashcroft

the physician grasps the fetus's lower extremity with fingers or forceps and pulls the fetus through the cervix and vagina until its head is lodged in the cervical opening. At this point, the fetus's arms and legs have been delivered outside the uterus while the fetus is still alive. With the fetus's head lodged in the cervix, the physician punctures the skull with scissors or crushes the head with forceps.... The physician then drains the fetus's skull by suction, or by using a finger, and the skull collapses.

Fish Wrapper is Proud To Promote Special Rights And "Perceived" Sexuality

In it's "breaking news" today, the Daily Dead Fish Wrapper web site continues to tout the Democrats' quest to tout how a small minority of people can circumvent the wish of the large majority of Oregon voters. The occasion is the sneaking through of the Senate of Senate Bill2, the bill that will grant special rights to people based on behavior.

SALEM - Today, gay and lesbian Oregonians completed a quest - begun 34 years ago - when the Senate quickly, quietly and decisively passed a bill protecting them from discrimination in housing, work and public places.

Teaser: 

In it's "breaking news" today, the Daily Dead Fish Wrapper web site continues to tout the Democrats' quest to tout how a small minority of people can circumvent the wish of the large majority of Oregon voters. The occasion is the sneaking through of the Senate of Senate Bill2, the bill that will grant special rights to people based on behavior.

SALEM - Today, gay and lesbian Oregonians completed a quest - begun 34 years ago - when the Senate quickly, quietly and decisively passed a bill protecting them from discrimination in housing, work and public places.

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