‘America’s Nooze Media: The Dog that Didn’t Bark’ (2014)

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Remember this cute little project attempted by the Obama regime? They were going to install government “monitors” in every newsroom and editorial office… and our free and independent press uttered not a peep of protest. It only got stopped because an FCC commissioner spilled the beans and there was an uproar in Congress.

https://leeduigon.com/2014/02/22/americas-nooze-media-the-dog-that-didnt-bark/

Meanwhile, the very same free and independent press that was prepared to allow government goons to run their newsrooms, without even a whimper of protest, plans tomorrow to launch a “coordinated editorial attack” on President Donald Trump… for calling them names.

The hypocrisy’s so thick, you could cut it with a knife.

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I have lived in Metuchen, NJ, all my life. I have been married to my wife Patricia since 1977. I am a former newspaper editor and reporter. I was also the owner-operator of my own small business for several years. I wrote various novels and short stories published during 1980s and 1990s. I am a long-time student of judo and Japanese swordsmanship (kenjutsu). I also play chess, basketball, and military and sports simulations. View all posts by leeduigon

8 responses to “‘America’s Nooze Media: The Dog that Didn’t Bark’ (2014)

  • Evelyn

    I just saw the movie, Dinesh D’Sousa’s “Death of a Nation.” It really nails the left, alias the Democratic “Party.”
    It shows throughout history how the Democrats have always been the racists and fascists. They are now trying to pin their sins on the Republicans. We can’t let them get away with it. The Nazi’s liked FDR and his policies, and were inspired by Margaret Sanger to institute eugenics. As many Americans as possible need to see this movie. Go online to find out where it is showing in your area.

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  • marlene katz

    All fake stream news is owned by less than 6 commie globalists. President Trump is the target they’ve been waiting for. Intelligent people don’t read or believe their lies anyway. And such seditious “reporting” has given rise to many more pro-American news sources and alternatives. The question is: is it too little too late? Regardless, we Christians already know where the world is going in the One World Government scheme of things. But personally, I’d like to understand America’s place in it, which nobody really seems to fully explain. What I do know is that the near future NWO will have its own billion man army where every country will contribute its soldiers but none will control them. I’m glad to see small victories along the way, but the path we’re on has already been Written. Pray, pray, pray… PS: Thank God we have Lee Duigan, NewsWithViews, and God on our side.

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    • leeduigon

      Marlene, take comfort in the intractable, incurable stupidity of “leaders” and “experts” who think they’re smart as paint. Most of these people couldn’t organize a softball tournament with only two teams in it, let alone a government capable of ruling the entire world.

      The worst thing about it is that their clumsy, half-baked, ill-informed, maniacal efforts to carry out their plans will do a great deal of damage to a great many people who don’t deserve it.

      I mean, we are talking about chowderheads who think transgender is the wave of the future…

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    • thewhiterabbit2016

      R.J. Rushdoony predicted the Humanistic State is in the process of collapsing. He calls it having an optimistic eschatology.

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      • marlene katz

        I don’t know much about Rushdooney, other than he was a traditionalist who also embraces dominionism. I’m not interested in pseudo-intellectuals who dance around the literal meaning of pure doctrine to make a name for themselves by attempting to provide us with a new way of thinking about Christianity. It’s divergent from the pure Word of God and the Gospels of everything Jesus said and did. God told us to preach the gospels, not the Bible. As I said to God just before I opened my Bible for the first time: “This is just between You and me.” Only God can teach me what I need to know. While “optimistic escheatology” sounds sexy, it doesn’t support my salvation. And we all know “humanism” is not human. Thanks for giving me something to think about today, other than the usual bad news. I agree with what I perceive to be your position that it’s not all doom and gloom. But I also believe that it’s necessary to give someone an olive branch if you want to hit them on head with a stick.

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        • leeduigon

          I’m not sure what “dominionism” is… and I work for the ministry founded by Rushdoony. Because he stood tall for the Bible, there were a lot of people who tried to knock him down–usually with bad-sounding labels.

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