Thursday, November 18, 2004

non-"conservative" talk radio?

Alot of people wonder where this swell of so-called "conservatism" in America is coming from. Personally I think it's no surprise if you look at the prevalence of "conservative" philosophy in talk radio. I can think of so many pro-Republican talk radio hosts: Sean Hannity, Lars Larson, Rush Limbaugh, etc. ad nauseum. Then you go to the news, and you have Dennis Miller, the Fox News anchor whose name makes me want to puke so bad I don't want to even say it, Larry King, and so many others. Everyone says the news media is so "libral", but really, every news organization I can think of caters directly to the neo-Con agenda by prioritizing news about the so-called "War on Terror", about Israel, about Bush ahead of things that actually affect Americans directly in their day-to-day lives.

Where are non-"conservative" talk shows? If what the average American sees on TV, hears on the radio, and reads on the front cover of the newspaper all support the neo-Con agenda, how is America ever to break from this preposterous torpor?


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