Zimmerman, Immigration, etc: Whatever Happened to Attention to Detail?

Written by Rick David on July 15, 2013

They can walk into an emergency room and get free health care. By law, they cannot be turned away. They can send their children to free public school where we have to provide free lunches and pay for bilingual teachers. In most of the demonstrations that I’ve seen, the vast majority are waving Mexican flags, but we are supposed to believe that they want to be American citizens. Why? Is it so that they can marry their homosexual partner?

In all of the scandals, the details are ignored. We are told that the IRS was targeting both liberal and conservative groups. The details: 292 conservative groups and 6 liberal groups. We are told that Ambassador Stevens was murdered by terrorists. The details: the night that Stevens was killed he had met with a Turkish diplomat in a continuing plan to arrange arms sales to terrorists in Syria.

The Middle East is on fire and it seems that all of our policies benefit terrorist groups that are seeking to establish an Islamic caliphate and are determined to destroy Israel and America. The details: there are mountains of evidence that Mr. Obama’s roots and sympathies lie with the Islamists, but the press has neglected to reveal the evidence for five years.

So is the press incompetent or complicit? I would say both. In every case, they have a pre-determined narrative and the report must fit the narrative, regardless of the facts. Journalists are bred and trained in schools that are hot beds of anti-American sentiment. Every report is designed to impose guilt on America and the traditional American way of life. My advice is that you should get your news somewhere besides the LA Times, the NY Times, the Washington Post, the Des Moines Register or any of the broadcast television and cable networks. My suggestion: go to Drudge, Breitbart and Clash Daily.

Image: Lesser Ury: Leser mit Lupe, c. 1895; public domain; source: http://www.villa-grisebach.de/

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Rick David retired from a career in business in 2011. His experience includes service in the USAF, in medical sales and in operations for an educational testing company. He has a passion for and has been actively engaged in conservative issue advocacy and campaigning for over 30 years. He currently resides in North Liberty, Iowa where he also served as a church pastor with his wife of 43 years and travels extensively volunteering in lay ministry.