A brief review of today’s media: Print newspapers and TV and cable news. That which is not news is available (with research) mostly from the Internet. We note that the Internet is now coming under U.S. Federal regulation from the F.C.C, the F.E.C. and the S.E.C. (Just like TV and cable.)
Hillarry Clinton on the Benghazi ‘Video’
Carson Polls Ahead of Trump! (in one poll in one state)
Paul Ryan Close to Speakership
President Vetoes Defense Bill
NOT NEWS: (Or not much)
War in Ukraine, Yemen, Iraq, etc.
Financial Collapse in Venezuela, Argentina, Brazil, etc.
World Trade decline, Worldwide Debt Threat
China and Russia Building Military Bases on Islands Claimed by Others
Declining Economies in China, India, South Africa, Europe and the U.S.
The US Middle Class has contracted: 51% of American workers now earn under $30,000 a year.
Question: What makes the difference between “news” and “not news?”
You may decide … (Whatever happened to Ebola?)