Stop the Presses!
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About the Author
Joseph Farah is editor, founder and CEO of WorldNetDaily.com, the internet's largest independent news site. He's a veteran newspaper editor, having run the Sacramento Union and the news department of the LA Herald Examiner. In 1996 he founded WorldNetDaily.com, an independent news website committed to investigating government waste, fraud and abuse. WND.com attracts over 8 million unique visitors a month. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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The author leaves no doubt that he is indeed a Christian, but he does very well in calling attention to the unfairness of labeling himself or WorldNetDaily as "conservative" or "right-wing." While the viewpoints in the publications of WND do resemble more what you might expect to read in early America, versus our increasingly postmodern America, this is simply traditional. That is, after all, the entire point of this book: to tell the tale of the New Media Revolution, and all the while call us back to a proper understanding of our free press in this free society; an understanding that is unfortunately absent in the big indoctrinating press of today.
Given the nature of the book, I believe that freedom loving Americans the world over should appreciate this book; and with a wonderful endorsement from Rush Limbaugh right on the back cover, this book is especially hallowed for Americans with conservative sympathies.
Before reading this book there was not much respect for any news media. After reading this book it (and it is an easy read) quite a bit of respect for the "true" function of the news media has been restored.
Farah is honest about himself, who he is, what he has done in the past good or bad.
Everybody, not just Americans, should read this book! I dare say that a lot of Americans will learn a lot while reading it. Non Americans might be jealous once they learn how the government and the news media was meant to be in the US.
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