Monday, August 17, 2009

Great New Video News Segment By Harrison,
A True Progressive Media Star
Sunday, August 16, 2009 6:26 AM

Terrific Debut Progressive News Video Segment Available Now We know we can do better even than MSNBC, and we have to, especially with stories floating around about how GE is pressuring our progressive voices over there to tone it down. And ready to step into the breach with humor and pizazz is Harrison, star of his own major Los Angeles radio show, and now moving dynamically into the video realm as well. Here is a forwarding link to his new video news segment page which you really need to check out.
Harrison Progressive News Video Page:

There is so much interesting stuff going on in the world that you would NEVER hear about on a diet of corporate cable news. Indeed, they operate entirely on the principle of suppressing stories that challenge the status quo, and overplaying and exaggerating trivia for propaganda purposes. Just to give one recent example, when President Obama did his prime time news conference on health care, they seized on one throwaway comment at the end about the arrest of a Harvard professor, and that is ALL you heard about for 3 days. But you heard not one word about the substance of the health care debate or anything he said about that. We urgently need to develop our own sources of news and information, to tell the whole, undistorted truth about what is really going on in the world. And with the internet destined ultimately to take over all other media, we have the opportunity now to build the true progressive channels of the future, to break free forever from corporate media brick wall filtering and control. So please do check out the smashing debut of the Harrison Reality Check video feature at the forwarding link below, and stay tuned to this information channel for more wonderful new developments soon. Harrison Progressive News Video Page: Please take action NOW, so we can win all victories that are supposed to be ours, and forward this alert as widely as possible.

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