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The Big Losers on Election Day by Cliff Kincaid

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GOPUSA.com
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Commentary
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Thursday, November 10, 2016

The biggest losers on election night were in the liberal media, an adjunct of the national Democratic Party. But the far-left “progressives” who had backed Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and then rationalized voting for Hillary Clinton lost big. Many conservatives in the media also look like fools.

The left-wingers who were humiliated include:

A conversation on the progressive media and corporativist elite — Are the American elections rigged?

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Commentary
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Monday, August 22, 2016

Jose: Do you think Trump might have a point when he says the election is rigged? I also received this email about the media elite and the corporations pulling the strings: It's a big club for a select few:

Only 6 Corporations:

Classical Liberalism vs Modern Liberalism (Socialism) — A Primer

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Commentary
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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

The term "liberal" originally stemmed from the human quest for free inquiry and the study of the liberal arts. Aristotle explained that the greatest pleasure a free man could possess is to have the economic means to indulge himself in the study of nature, books, science (philosophy) — and the liberals arts, rather than to be forced to labor endlessly with no free time for leisure and the contemplation of life.

Media elite biased by left-wing viewpoint, liberal agenda

This article was originally published in the Macon Telegraph and News on May 26, 1990 and is republished here for readers of HaciendaPublishing.com.

Editors: I am writing in response to Mr. Cain's letter of April 7. It is no secret that news presentations by the media elite are heavily biased in favor of the left-wing viewpoint and liberal agenda. AIM and Newswatch were founded to counteract this liberal news media bias.