Why The Daily Paul and Sites Like it Should Be The Main Stream MediaSubmitted by vinceableworld on Wed, 04/17/2013 - 15:20
I've been taking a break from the internet the last two weeks or so. Other than our ORC meetings on Wed/Sunday nights, I'm rarely online anymore other than maybe I get to my email once per day.
This Boston thing was the first news I had heard on the radio about a big event in quite some time. Instantly I assumed it was a false flag. The way they smooth it over and spin it on the radio however is something else I'll tell ya...
The main stream media is here. It's on "main" street America. Why does anyone need the "corporate media?" All we care about is that they keep making good products for us and we show that care with our "money."
We need the truth but we also need the rumors. We need the evidence and the non-anonymous sources. "Government officials say..." oh really? Which particular "government officials?" Would they care to put that in writing?
The internet, and free speech congregational sites like the Daily Paul (Micheal holds the coveted vinceableworld award for free speech) are integral to YOU getting the truth about what people are REALLY talking about. Who are the inside sources of information? What kinds of angles are being looked at? What is the REAL scope of this or that particular news cycle?
If you want a cure for the disease of poor education, visit the Daily Paul at least a few times per week. Without it you might as well pull the curtains and turn out the lights because you're definitely in the dark about what the heck is really going on.