From The AJC Article:
For each of the three major news networks in 2011, there was good news and bad news, depending on how you spin it.
Fox News could take comfort that it remains the dominant ratings leader, drawing more viewers than CNN and MSNBC combined both during the entire day and prime time. It averaged 1.1 million total day and 1.9 million viewers each night. Its top 11 shows all exceeded 1 million viewers each, a figure no CNN or MSNBC program achieved. It has remained the news leader for the past decade.
With the departure of Glenn Beck there has been a noticeable decline in the "Fox Is Racist" meme among the Black Racial Services Machine operatives.
They understand that their beloved MSNBC has an equal ideological bias on the left and now that their backchannel communications Twitter feeds from "Media Matters" and "AOL Huffington Post" firmly in place they can't afford to have the constant talk about "Media Bias" in the air.
If the were wise they would work to bring more credibility to their content. The blatant "Keep Your Enemies On Trial So You Don't Have To Indict Your Friends" does not work now that THEIR FRIENDS are in power yet their "Permanent Interests" have not improved.
When I say "improved" I don't mean with respect to their "self chummed" satisfaction: ex: "More people are working now so the economy definately is improving" - said David Zirin. I am speaking of TRANSPARENT measures in which IF the enemy had the same numbers on their watch - the consistency in reporting would transcend the partisan bigotry.
Both of the "dung producing parties" are operating in advance of a massive fiscal collapse of America. The news media are merely operatives who sit in the gallery of the legislative chambers that relay the news after engineering their own spin. They have loyal constituents that feed on everything that they say.
I accept this as the norm.
My issue is when corrupt "embedded confidence men" try to fuse "Black Consciousness" with their political agenda and party and then agree not to talk about the damning results as they know that their congregation is not going to bring it up either.
This short term "congregational harmony" leads to the long term insolvency of the Black community and its ability to govern itself for its own development.