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posted on Jan, 31 2005 @ 07:55 AM
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it would appear as though this is an entirely losing battle with the the war on information. the tight lipped sophistocrats in washington have everything to gain from not informing you and i as to the actual occurances of the state. where do we go from here? how do you tell if no one knows wth is going on? it seems that there are thousands of white house paid propaganists. completely scripted and staged Q&A's. we need not worry for the well being of our state however, if we the people cant even break through the inpeniterable plight of info/disinfo surely the foreign dissedents wont be able to either.


"The Bush administration is where it is today because it has built on previous administrations' growing sophistication in this area," says Paul McMasters, First Amendment ombudsman for the Freedom Forum's First Amendment Center, who has studied news management practices. "It isn't just the federal government or one party," he points out. The corporate, legal, education and military worlds have become more adroit in dealing with the press as well. "It just so happens the federal government is a major source of information and that information has so much to do with the functioning of democracy as well as the functioning of government that news management there is of such consequence."


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