Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Corporate Media Question Of The Day

Early Monday morning, I wrote a post about how Scott Walker is screwing over corrections officers again, this time by withholding a raise that was written into the state budget.

Late Tuesday afternoon, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the corporate media giant, finally got around to covering the story.  Don't worry, they didn't give me any credit for breaking the story.

The question of the day is this: Would the paper have even covered the story if I hadn't made it public in the first place?


  1. Probably not . . . I know it must be discouraging at times, but please keep up the work you're doing - it does make a difference!

  2. Capper, Cognitive Dissidence does a far better public service informing citizens than the corporate media, and they have to respond to the things that are expressed here because they realize this blog influences a lot of people. The other side also knows what you say is an honest portrayal of the whole, real problem at hand, which the corporate media avoids due to their sponsorship.
    No matter how much they want you to think it, we do not live in Disneyland.

    The trolls have to misrepresent themselves in saying what they try to say, and their arguments are plain to see what they really represent.

    Thank you for your service to the greater cause!