|Mallon's Media Watch|
Thursday, April 17, 2003
Pope John Paul II's New Encylical on the Eucharist:
Encyclical Letter Ecclesia de Eucaristia
Behind the Scenes at Fox News the Day the Statue Fell
Fox News' Patriotic Fervor Sets It Apart in Ratings Race
Wednesday, April 16, 2003
Brent Bozell: The post-war show
While the war was on and progressing fabulously, the leftist press critics relentlessly complained. The press was too soft on the generals! Too shy about bloody images of death! Too willing to accept Team Bush propaganda! Too eager to humanize American soldiers! Too unwilling to give the itsy-bitsy "peace" movement fully 50 percent of the airtime! (Can you imagine? "We break into this analysis of the tactics and strategies being used in the battle of Basra for this hour's segment of War! Good God, Y'all! What Is It Good For? Absolutely Nothing.") These kooky critiques got the lion's share of attention because they reflected the worldview of those who control the news.
Tuesday, April 15, 2003
Where are the human-rights groups? Probably promoting 'sexual and reproductive rights' at the UN.
Richard Pollock on Human Rights Groups & Iraq on National Review Online
United we stand -- The Washington Times++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Yes, there will be fighting to come, pockets of resistance. Perhaps even serious battles. But, the end has now been decided because we, America, have risen from our moral slumber. Weapons of mass destruction were never the issue. Saddam Hussein was a weapon of mass destruction. Every day his regime existed, an unknowable number of human beings suffered torture and death, while the remainder of those in Iraq lived in incomprehensible fear: Americans traditionally reject this sort of thing.
Monday, April 14, 2003
Bloopers and blunders on the war in Iraq -- The Washington Times
"So, they haven't been able to confirm reports [Saddam] was taken to Tikrit, and then Mosul, and then hopefully Syria."
—NBC's Katie Couric
The dawning of a new era -- The Washington Times
The anti-war movement paints patriotic sentiment as jingoism and triumphalism, but these attitudes are rooted in a sensibility that has stagnated and grown sour since the Vietnam War. That's too bad. A new generation of fighting men and women do not see it that way. The anti-war demonstrators are caught in a time warp, stewing in an ignorance indifferent to reality.
Peace is Possible
Muslims save Baghdad's Jewish community centre from looters - War on Iraq - smh.com.au
Sunday, April 13, 2003
TCRNews.com: The War: To The “Defeated” Go The Spoils, by James V. Schall, S. J.
Vladimir, You're Supposed to be Our Pal
Telegraph | News | Revealed: Russia spied on Blair for Saddam