Dallas Morning News Bias – November 16, 2013

Gotta ask: 
As crazy as Dear Leader has been acting, is he simply seeking to provoke an incident — one that would allow him to come down hard on his opponents in the name of “homeland security,” or as Obamacare allows with its Ready Response Corps?
(Recall Pelosi marching through Capitol Hill protesters in 2010, just HOPING someone would do something stupid.) 
One Texas congressman has some interesting questions — (and they’re of NO INTEREST to The DMN.)
See below:
And:
How does Dear Leader “allowing” people to keep their plans one more year “fix” his saying, “If you like your plan, you can keep your plan?”
OP-ED YOU WON’T SEE IN THE DALLAS MORNING LOW-INFO VOTER NEWS
The Lawlessness of the “Fix,” Andrew McCarthy
CONTEXT WON’T SEE IN THE DALLAS MORNING LOW-INFO VOTER NEWS
27 Dem Senators also said, “If you like your plan, you can keep your plan.” 

(Hillary, too, in ’07!)
NOT NEWS TO THE DALLAS MORNING LOW-INFO VOTER NEWS
1) Students at historicallyblack Bowie State complain Obamacare left them uninsured
2) Dem Rep: Amnesty key making Obamacare work
(The News runs Washington Times stuff sometimes – but not this.)

3) Government would prosecute Obamacare execs if private entity

TODAY’S DALLAS MORNING LOW-INFO VOTER “NEWS”
*[Chemical] Safety rules resisted, p. 1A – No, that’s More Federal rules resisted. (Even More Safety rules resisted would’ve been better. You’re welcome.) … How dare industry reps bow their backs after The News has demanded an allpowerful “enforcer?” (That editorial is coming.) Here, DMN Dem scribes call the libs “reformers” — not their opponents, as slowing federal encroachment could never be called “reform,” you know. That’s crazy-talk. They also fail to note: arson has not been ruled out; the investigation continues; eight fed and local agencies had oversight on West before the blast. … (Everywhere you turn, folks — from the NFL to Jack-In-The-Box — the lefties are pouring over the walls, attacking what’s left of U.S. liberty and free markets. Amazing, no?)
*[Frisco] Low-cost housing project settles in, p. 1B – Loads of interesting BS here: “Some in Frisco were concerned [in 2010] that if the project along Stonebrook Parkway was approved, crime would increase, surrounding properties would lose value and Frisco wouldn’t benefit from the deal. None of that happened,” says DMN Dem scribe Val Wigglesworth — of a complex that opened yesterday; the project is “the first of its kind to receive an incentive from the Inclusive Communities Project, a nonprofit that promotes fair housing.” What is “fair”housing, ma’am? Who decides that?; “[T]he non-profit gave $2 million to Frisco …” This nonprofit subsisted last year on $2.4 million in government grants and $750 in other gifts. (See tax return below.) This nonprofit’s president raked in a cool 133 grand last year. So, more accurately, Val, this left-wing nonprofit gave Frisco 2 million tax dollars; Wigglesworth claims this agreement “stemmed from a 1985 settlement over black residents being forced to live for decades in segregated slums in Dallas.” “Forced” by whom and how, ma’am?
 

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.

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