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The U.S Establishment News Media Complex Has Designated Itself Public Enemy Of The American People With It’s Visceral Coverage Of Trump As President

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It is hard to imagine a more perilous time for our nation than now when the Establishment News Media Complex has done nearly everything short of placing a literal bounty on the head of the elected U.S President with it’s unparalleled unbalanced, nonobjective, irrational, and visceral coverage of president Trump. It is doing immeasurable harm to the psyche of the American people and the country as a whole.
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The Public Lynching Of Kavanaugh Is Also An Assassination Of America’s Moral Essence

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On July 9, within minutes of President Trump’s announcement of Judge Brett Kavanaugh as his Supreme Court nominee, Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) vowed to, “oppose Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination with everything I have.” And he seems to be determined to keep to his word, even if it destroys the country’s faith in the political process and moral integrity.
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• “A scrupulously bipartisan diagnosis of the sick state of American politics and governance . . . El devotes close attention to budget issues rarely accorded so much detail in garden-variety op-ed warfare. Sustaining his original thesis well beyond Internet-browsing attention span, El has crafted an angry but clear-sighted argument that may not sit well at family reunions or dinner parties, but deserves attention.”

– Publishers Weekly

• “Expect demand for this outside view of Washington, D.C., fascinating. . . . A pungent, penetrating outsider polemic.”

– Mary Carroll, Booklist

• “A well-argued call for more sanity in American politics.”

– Kirk’s Reviews

“Tony El’s ideas are trenchant and far-reaching. . . . With the feel of a long-repressed confession and the authority of an insider’s testimony, like the anti-war views of a decorated infantry officer . . . he writes about how the Republican party took advantage of a profoundly ignorant electorate, an easily conned and distracted media, and a cowed Democratic Party to press the ideological struggle in spite of the deep unpopularity of many of its positions.”

—George Packer, The New Yorker