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Cultural War

There is a cultural war in America between Christians and Atheists. This war is being fought on the battlefield of politics. The battles are in the voting booth. The prize in the cultural war is the hearts, minds and souls of the children. The Atheistic liberal news media greatly influences both domestic and foreign policy by constantly reporting only bad news about Christians, conservatives and Republicans and only good news about atheists, liberals and democrats. The agenda of the Atheistic liberal news media is to promote extreme environmentalism, socialism, feminism, pornography, abortion, homosexuality and the Atheistic lifestyle by keeping democrats back in control of government.

The Unholy Alliance

There is an Unholy Alliance that is a cancer in America.

There is a question as to whether the Atheistic Liberal News and Entertainment Industry is the propaganda wing of the Democratic Party or the Democratic Party is the political wing of the Atheistic Liberal News and Entertainment Industry.

The Atheistic Liberal News and Entertainment Industry makes big money from pornography, and the Democrats make sure the pornography is legal. The Atheistic Liberal News and Entertainment Industry makes political contributions to the Democrats to make sure the pornography stays legal. News is not a profitable industry so the pornography is used to fund the news activities.

When compared to perfection, Republicans did not look good, but when compared to democrats, Republicans look brilliant. Without the propaganda support of the Atheistic Liberal News Media the democrats would look ridiculous.

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Media, administration deal with conflicts

View Photo Gallery — Family ties create conflict of interest issues: When reporters are related to newsmakers, things can get tricky for media organizations.

By Paul Farhi, Published: June 12 E-mail the writer

It's all but a journalistic commandment: Thou shalt not have a vested interest in the story you're covering. Otherwise, a personal entanglement could color a reporter's neutrality or cloud public perceptions of fairness. An obvious area of concern: when a journalist's relatives or spouse is part of the news.

So what to make of all the family ties between the news media and the Obama administration?

According to the news media, nothing much at all. News organizations say they've worked out the conflicts — real or potential — involving their journalists. But that hasn't stopped a few eyebrows from being raised.

The list of prominent news people with close White House relations includes ABC News President Ben Sherwood, who is the brother of Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, a top national-security adviser to President Obama. His counterpart at CBS, news division president David Rhodes, is the brother of Benjamin Rhodes, a key foreign-policy specialist. CNN's deputy Washington bureau chief, Virginia Moseley, is married to Tom Nides, who until earlier this year was deputy secretary of state under Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Further, White House press secretary Jay Carney's wife is Claire Shipman, a veteran reporter for ABC. And NPR's White House correspondent, Ari Shapiro, is married to a lawyer, Michael Gottlieb, who joined the White House counsel's office in April.

Conservatives have suggested that these relationships may play a role in how the media cover Obama, specifically in their supposedly timid approach to reporting on the White House's handling of the terrorist attacks last year on American facilities in Benghazi, Libya. The National Review Online recently claimed that such ties amount to professional incest: "The inbreeding among Obama's court and its press corps is more like one of those ‘I'm my own grandpaw' deals," wrote NRO's Mark Steyn in a posting titled "Band of Brothers."

Such insinuations make media types bristle. They take exception to the notion that complicated judgments about the news — often made by others within an organization — have anything to do with personal favoritism or familial relationships. The critics, they say, can't point to any direct evidence that such relationships have affected the amount or tone of their news coverage.

"There is zero evidence, zero, that [sherwood's relationship] has had any impact on our coverage," says Jeffrey Schneider, ABC News's chief spokesman. Schneider points out that ABC was the first mainstream news organization to report last month that administration officials had altered the White House's talking points about Benghazi 12 times after the attack.

CBS News spokeswoman Sonya McNair says the Rhodes brothers "have been careful to avoid conflicts of interest for many years," including 12 years during which David Rhodes was a rising star at Fox News Channel and his brother was beginning his career in government (among other jobs, Ben Rhodes worked for Rep. Lee Hamilton, an Indiana Democrat, and helped draft the 9/11 Commission report). David Rhodes was vice president of news at Fox during Obama's 2008 campaign and election when his brother became a speechwriter and later a foreign-policy adviser to Obama.

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