The following series describes how people pull the wool over their own eyes:
"Mythical Beings that Inhabit the Matrix, Part 1: News Reporters"
"Mythical Beings that Inhabit the Matrix, Part 2: Politicians"
"Mythical Beings that Inhabit the Matrix, Part 3: Pastors"
"Mythical Beings that Inhabit the Matrix, Part 4: Doctors"
(Watch for Part 5: Teachers)
The titles of this set of articles say it all. We the People have been part of the problem. We're not going to change things in Washington unless we make ourselves part of the solution.
If you're like most people, you probably think that the competition among news outlets is a competition for news stories. The truth is, they compete mainly for advertising dollars. Additionally, all of the major news outlets are owned by corporations and banks, and they must keep them satisfied. They also have to please managers and investors. Readers and viewers are much lower on the totem pole, but average people are not without resources of their own.
Credibility: Corporate-owned Media versus the Internet
It's a Hoot! Blitzer and Cafferty Display the "Professional" Media's Incompetence
Let's not forget the banksters and corporate thugs. Here are some articles to cover those characters:
How well do you know your congressman? If all you know is how your congressman dresses and grooms himself, how well he speaks, and what he tells you when he's running for re-election, you're probably part of the problem. Grow up. Accept the responsibility of seeking out more reliable sources.
S. C. Congressman James Clyburn: Poster Child for Corruption
Why Congressman Peter King is on a Crusade against the Muslims
This series of articles, which covers a diverse range of topics, addresses some of the important issues of our time. Things aren't always what they seem.
Melting Glaciers, Rising Sea Levels, and--What--Global Warming?
The Grand Chessboard
Voters Rebel against Treasonous Congressmen
Ron Paul's Chances: Seeing is Believing
The Day the Gentle Sea Gypsies Defeated the Globalists
So you thought you really knew beauty contests such as the Miss America and Miss U.S.A. Pageants? Why do you think that very few truly world-class beauties have ever been in beauty contests, and why so few beauty contest winners are remembered as world-class beauties? Why do you think that talent contest winners show technical proficiency but little or no real talent? In the following three-part series, I attempt to answer these questions and others.
The Quaint Custom of Beauty Contests, Part 1
The Quaint Custom of Beauty Contests, Part 2
The Quaint Custom of Beauty Contests, Part 3