With the over fifty U.S. Media outlets of the 1980's combining to form the six major media conglomerates of today, it's clear that our television, radio, magazines, and newspapers are now more focused than ever upon increasing shareholder profits
...with companies like Xango juice.

I wonder how they handle issues that matter?

"Our guys" in Iraq "have got every right to have good news put into the media and get to the people of Iraq, even if it's got to be planted or bought."--Pat Buchanan, MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews

Bill Clinton "was a very good rapist"; "I'm getting a little fed up with hearing about, oh, civilian casualties"; "I think we ought to nuke North Korea right now just to give the rest of the world a warning." --Ann Coulter, New York Observer

"I think you could probably make an absolutely airtight case that more than 3,000 Americans have been either killed or injured, based upon the 11 million illegals who are here." -- The Radio Factor with Bill O'Reilly

"Blowing up Iran. I say we nuke the bastards. In fact, it doesn't have to be Iran, it can be everywhere, anyplace that disagrees with me." --Glenn Beck

(Quotes from Media Matters)