There can no longer be any doubt that the New York Times, Associated Press and the major television networks are highly partisan organizations hell-bent on helping the forces of elitist “progressivism” transform the United States into a third-world socialist country.
More than a million people—that’s the estimate from the District of Columbia Police—marched in Washington Saturday to peacefully petition the federal government for redress of grievances. The White House officially said it was “unaware” of the event happening outside its gates.
Had there been been one-tenth that number of pink-clad terrorists trying to kick Marine Corps recruiters out of their office, or had there been a handful of hired moveon.org thugs coached to chant in unison, it would have been the top story in the Times, on the AP wires, and on the TV screens of viewers around the nation.
Yet because these were people protesting against what the elitists want, the AP and many other outlets said they numbered only in the “thousands” (despite aerial photographs to the contrary) and didn’t even include the story among their day’s featured articles. The New York Times, the home of “all the news that’s fit to print,” didn’t even deem the event worth coverage.
The smaller liberal cable networks, MSNBC and CNN, covered the rally only long enough to make fun of it, and to complain when their reporters were drowned out by the crowd.
Only Fox saw fit to give the event the coverage it deserves – but even that neo-conservative organization spent so much time patting itself on the back for helping inspire the rally that it missed the message being sent by 1.2 million people in DC and millions more around this country.
It’s already underway.
The Fourth Estate has chosen sides in America’s great cultural-political civil war, and it has come down firmly on the side which opposes freedom of expression, which twists the Constitution to suit its own needs and which believes that it’s better to bring everyone down to the lowest common denominator than to bring everyone up to a higher standard.
Before things are said and done, this may very well be a civil war involving bullets and butchery; I genuinely hope not. For the time being, however, it is a philosophical war, and economics are the best weapons we can wield.
As with any war, this one will involve sacrifice. We must be prepared to make those sacrifices.
If you are on the side of the Constitutionalists in this war, you can wage economic war on the Radical elitists without ever leaving the comfort of your own home. Start with the media—both news and entertainment. Turn off the TV.
Boycott those networks which have allied with the Radicals. Fire off angry letters to the businesses which advertise with them, and boycott those businesses. They’ll get the message at the bank.
Those new movies you’ve been hearing about for weeks? Don’t go to the theater, because every ticket you buy is another dollar in the pocket of the Radical Elitists who are trying to enslave your children.
The rap and pop music CDs your kids curse along with? Destroy them, do not allow them to be played, and buy no new ones.
If your local newspaper carries the Associated Press, cancel your subscription unless and until the paper cancels its AP agreement. If you’re in a major market, launch a similar boycott against the advertisers in that newspaper.
More than a million people descended on Washington, D.C., to tell our federal government that they are sick and tired of corruption, of the domination of our government by special interests and stateless corporations, of secrets withheld and of runaway spending on programs never authorized by the Constitution.
Those people delivered the ultimatum. It is up to us to enforce it.