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Media Bias: Media Bias of all kinds.

The Stubbornly Stillborn Community at BuzzFeed Politics

Feb 7, 2013 10:27 AM PT

BuzzFeed Politics puts a ton of effort into using its content and contributors' Twitter accounts to suck up to the left-wing media, especially MSNBC, in the hopes of getting links and television appearances. And there's no question that's worked. The anti-gay site is now a part of the media's ongoing Obama defense line-up. But the site's lack of community is stubbornly and laughably barren.

Chris Matthews and Martin Bashir might love the talking points supplied by these guys, but nobody else seems to.

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Media bias: it's a gas, gas, gas

Feb 5, 2013 7:35 AM PT

In response to Media Protect Obama as Record Energy Prices Hit the Poor:

Yet another example of Trial By Media - and, for anyone who remembers the pump panic of the Bush years, an amazing example of it.  I still fondly recall the doomsday montages of gas pump prices rocketing upward, mixed with images of worried soccer moms looking anxiously at the kids romping through the back of their SUVs while they went broke filling the tanks.  But now we get media stories about how expensive gas is awesome, because it protects the environment, and those portly "fun-employed" jobless soccer moms might just lose a few inches off their thighs by using a bicycle to pick up their benefit checks!

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Media Protect Obama as Record Energy Prices Hit the Poor

Feb 5, 2013 6:58 AM PT

It's pretty easy to have a 54% approval rating when the media either refuses to report bad economic news, or manufactures happy talk around news that can't be ignored. Meanwhile, in the dead of winter, gas prices have hit an all-time high. And I can send you the bill if you’re wondering if this affects home heating costs.

The cruelest tax of all is inflation. It's a "tax" that hits the poor and those living on the margins hardest. They feel it in everything because the cost of energy affects the cost of everything else.

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BuzzFeed Politics Dismantled In 83 Words

Feb 4, 2013 1:55 PM PT
This post by "Jim Treacher" is only 83 words long. But those 83 words sure do hit the mark and make the point that exposes exactly what BuzzFeed Politics is all about and how useful it is to Democrats. 

Re: The Progressive Echo Chamber

Feb 4, 2013 7:38 AM PT

In response to The left is quite open about its intentions:

 It's always nice to see their nefarious tactics in writing: 

A second way [other than defeat] to demoralize conservative activists is to surround them with the echo chamber of our positions and assumptions. We need to make them feel that they are not mainstream, to make them feel isolated. We need to use the bandwagon effect in reverse...We must isolate them ideologically...

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