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Peter Schiff: The Truth Behind my Daily Show Interview

Peter Schiff's Daily Show interview was edited in order to create a false impression of his arguments about minimum wage. They took four hours of footage and and strung together several out of context statements to create a 70 second smear campaign.

Peter Schiff demolishes the media narrative that Janet Yellen warned about the housing bubble

When President Obama nominated Janet Yellen to be the next Chair of the Federal Reserve Board the praise he offered was similar to what had already poured in from around the country. In their assessments of Ms. Yellen's long career, Congressman, editors, and academics have underscored how her prescience and caution distinguish her from the reckless overconfidence that have plagued her male colleagues at the Federal Reserve.

Bill Whittle on "The Narrative" and the Origins of Political Correctness

In this video Bill Whittle explains the politically correct narrative, the history of the Frankfurt School and the origins of political correctness.

Lee Stranahan: Matthew Shepard, Trayvon Martin, Brandon Darby and the power of leftist mythmaking

A piece in the gay culture magazine The Advocate by Aaron Hicklin lays out the facts about the Shepherd mythology, but it also contains a line that is the Rosetta Stone to understanding how leftist narrative mythology is so pervasive in both the arts in journalism.

The Matthew Shepard False Narrative

According to a new book by investigative journalist Stephen Jiminez, almost everything you think you know about the Matthew Shepard narrative is false.

Pope Francis and Media Narratives

The problem with the narrative devised by the secular press is that it is constructed on philosophical presuppositions of which the journalists themselves are probably ignorant. The modern secular world interprets world events and history according to a hermeneutic of revolution or what Pope Benedict called a hermeneutic of rupture. This is essentially a Hegelian understanding of history in which there is thesis, antithesis and synthesis. In other words, there is a status quo, there is the challenge to the status quo and this brings about conflict out of which a new order is born.

John Nolte: Timeline of Media Bias in Trayvon Martin Case

By hook and crook the mainstream media did everything in its still-potent power to not only push for the prosecution of Mr. Zimmerman (the police originally chose not to charge him) but also to gin up racial tensions where none needed to exist.

Add Boston Marathon Bombing to Pile of Failed Eliminationist Narratives

It started with Bill Sparkman, the part-time Census worker who went missing and then was found dead, setting off an avalanche of mainstream media and left-blogosphere accusations that he was the victim of anti-government “right-wing” hate. It turned out that Sparkman killed himself, but there were few if any apologies coming.

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