Great Editorial on the DSM

Geov Parrish in the Seattle Weekly:
I have a three-word response to the media frenzy that followed revelation of the long-secret identity of Deep Throat: Downing Street Memo.

Here's what John Dean, a key Watergate figure, wrote about Dubya's case for the Iraq war in a June 2003 column for "To put it bluntly, if Bush has taken Congress and the nation into war based on bogus information, he is cooked. Manipulation or deliberate misuse of national security intelligence data, if proven, could be a 'high crime' under the Constitution's impeachment clause."

That's exactly what the Downing Street Memo, first reported a month ago by The Times of London, proves…
Go read the rest. And while you’re at it, check out this story at Editor & Publisher, too.

The problems we find in the mainstream press do not plague the alternative media. We need to promote the good work they’re doing on behalf of truth and accountability, even as their more well-known counterparts refuse to do the same.

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