Dallas Morning News Bias – February 8, 2014

*‘Duck Dynasty’ firm, speedway sign deal, p. 1B – “Texas Motor Speedway is courting controversy again” proclaims The News’ 1A teaser. Why is it only controversial” when NOT toeing the Left’s line on homosexual “marriage?” It’s never “controversial” at The News for two men to get married.
*Liked old health plan? You may get to keep it 3 years, AP, p. 11A – Aw, you can do better than this, DMN. Dear Leader announces, quite illegallyanother politically-expedient change to his law — and it gets a single, spine-hugging column, below-the-fold, complete with smart-assed headine? … Not noted here: this three-year extension“of the president’s decision” to let people keep their policies, will get Dems past not only the mid-terms, but the next presidential election. Why leave that out, AP?
Meanwhile, The News’ “news”
*Plano men at center of [homosexual] ‘marriage’ case, p. 1A – Whad-I tell ya’? Missing here: Plano men suing Texas to get married are courting controversy.
*Consumers can switch health plans, WashPo, p. 9A – More changes from On High, from our Central  Planner-in-Chief!! And WashPo reports it as benignly as minutes from a Wylie City Council meeting. … (Reporting like this, friends, gets us used to the idea of having a dictator.)   
*New PAC pushes for cuts, p. 1A – Another thrilling expose on the sinister workings of a conservative PAC! Look what The News has unearthed: This group, Accountability First, claims it’s “freestanding, calls its own shots and only exists to promote limited government and individual responsibility. But critics [DMN editors and scribes] say it’s working, implicitly if not directly, with other staunchly conservative groups that regularly clash with school boards and teacher’s organizations. [And that, by God, must not stand!] For many, they [we] complain, the goal is to oust [RINO] House Speaker Joe Straus. [No fair!!]”
*Raza Unida figure Gutierrez says knowing roots is critical, Olivera column, p. 7B – DMN race journalist Mercedes Olivera today sings the praises of radical racist Jose Angel Gutierrez. Of course, no mention is made of his, shall we say, “controversial” past. Gutierrez, it seems, once advocated the killing of “gringos” and penned the classic, The Making of a Chicano Militant. Then there’s his The Chicano Manual on How to Handle Gringos.But to Ms. Olivera, he’s just about helping young Chicanos learn their history.  … Folks, how radical The News truly is would make most unsuspecting readers’ bile curdle.


Author: Rick Atkinson

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