Dallas Morning News Bias – September 30, 2013

*The Left’s Gay Passion Play Unravels, by Brent Bozell
*Obamacare Bad For Jobs, Marriage, by Diana Furchtgott-Roth
1) Ten states where Obamacare wipes out existing health care plan
2) GOP Senator: Obamacare exchanges ‘held together with duct tape and chicken wire’
3) Top MIT scientist mocks lastest UN climate report
Meanwhile, The News’ “news”
*Davis: Invest in state’s future, p. 3A – Oooo, not a good pic of “Abortion Barbie” here: B&W, way too much shadow – she looks like a Halloween goblin. You guys can do much better.
*Elderly need our vigilance, Money Talk, p. 1D – DMN Dem scribe Pamela Yip says what Obama-czar Richard Cordray and his “Consumer Financial Protection Bureau” are doing is “terrific news[!] Nothing to worry about here! Richard The Caring is watching out for the elderly! (Aren’t Democrats wonderful?) See, Good Richard wants banks to feel free to disclose the elderly’s personal financial info to third-party authorities — for their own good, of course. It’s OK, Yip assures: “federal regulators” have decided this is not a violation of anyone’s privacy.
What Yip doesn’t tell you:
— this is all part of Dodd-Frank, the Left’s Big-Brother dream designed to completely control our entire financial sector;
— it’s not just the elderly — ALL our bank records, credit card transactions, bank overdrafts, auto loans, you name it, are being “watched” by Good Richard and his band of central-planners; (Cordray calls it “Big Data.” Isn’t that“terrific?”)
— it seems while Good Richard is watching us, we have no effective way of watching him.
— Cordray is one of the guys Dear Leader illegally “recess-appointed” while the Senate was not in recess.
*Inspectors detail [Syrian chemical weapon] destruction plan, AP, p. 10A – I wanna know about theweapons Dear Leader is sending the “rebels” now that they’ve officially aligned themselves with the Muslim terrorist groups. Story doesn’t mention it.
*Letters to the Editor, p. 12A – 3 pro-Obama/anti-Cruz letters, 1 pro-Cruz. Don’t doubt that this repeated portrayal is effective on low-info voters.

Author: Rick Atkinson

Rick creates highlights of the news with an eye toward pointing out the bias of the Dallas Morning News, conservative values, and events that impact the local north Texas area.