Corporate Media’s Bias is One of Omission by William Blum

I am lying to you.

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by William Blum
Writer, Dandelion Salad
February 4, 2014

“Bias in favor of the orthodox is frequently mistaken for ‘objectivity’. Departures from this ideological orthodoxy are themselves dismissed as ideological.” – Michael Parenti

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BP Cover-up Part 2: Bribery, George Bush and WikiLeaks by Greg Palast

Plugging the Hole of BP

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by Greg Palast
Featured Writer
Dandelion Salad
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Friday, April 20, 2012

Evidence now implicates top BP executives as well as its partners Chevron and Exxon and the Bush Administration in the deadly cover-up –– which included falsifying a report to the Securities Exchange Commission.

Yesterday, revealed that, in September 2008, nearly two years before the Deepwater Horizon explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, another BP rig had blown out in the Caspian Sea––which BP concealed from U.S. regulators and Congress.

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SarahPAC Candidate “Should Be in Jail” by Greg Palast

by Greg Palast
Featured Writer
Dandelion Salad
crossposted at Truthout/Buzzflash
20 October, 2010

NBC TV airs vote “caging” exposé on Tim Griffin

“What he [Griffin] did was absolutely illegal and he should be in jail.”

That’s hardly the kind of endorsement a candidate for Congress expects. But that is the conclusion of voting rights attorney Robert F. Kennedy Jr. after digging into the evidence of Congressional candidate Tim Griffin’s role in directing the Republican National Committee’s racially biased attack on voters known as “caging.” Continue reading