In trying to articulate the white message—I mean primarily the morality of survival, since that is presently so critical—and reach others with it, it is essential to be aware of the differences between orality, print, and electronic media. Read more …
Silvio Berlusconi addressing a People of Freedom rally in 2008
Silvio Berlusconi, 76, the billionaire three-time Prime Minister of Italy (1994–’95, 2001–2006, 2008–2011), has a reputation as a “right-wing” television tycoon who utilized his broadcasting power to achieve and maintain political power.
The use of television as a political tool by the Left is ubiquitous and well-known, but cases like Berlusconi’s that depart marginally from the norm should be suggestive of alternative possibilities.
James O’Keefe continued his yeoman’s work exposing the progressive media for what they are — an arrogant elite bitterly hostile to Middle America. Disguised as a delegation from the fictional “Muslim Education Action Center,” which stated as an objective that “We must combat intolerance to spread acceptance of Sharia across the world,” two men working with O’Keefe met with NPR executives, discussing a plan to donate $5 million. NPR Executive Ron Schiller wasted no time in letting them know what he really thought about Middle America.