Too much of the media, that being Big Media, which has an undeniable liberal bias, are trying to elect the next president of the United States. Their candidate is Barack Obama
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Hattiesburg, MS (PRWEB) October 1, 2008
An ever-present element of society, the media provides much needed information but also has the power to influence thoughts, ideas, and opinions. Announcing the launch of their website, BoycottBigMedia.com provides examples of political bias in the media while offering free columns addressing media bias as well as other related information.
"Too much of the media, that being Big Media, which has an undeniable liberal bias, are trying to elect the next president of the United States. Their candidate is Barack Obama," explains the author of BoycottBigMedia.com. "That choice is up to the voters, not Big Media. Our site addresses Big Media's push to elect Senator Obama, and how we, the people, should respond."
An expression of opinion, BoycottBigMedia.com reveals how media can favor one side as it pertains to the upcoming election. Without promoting negative action toward media outlets, BoycottBigMedia.com offers information and tips for dealing with political bias in the media. Individuals are encouraged to think for themselves without being influenced by the media, obtain their news from other outlets, and express their own choice by getting out and voting. BoycottBigMedia.com poses the question, "Will the liberal media elect the next president, or the people?"
BoycottBigMedia.com also offers free essays on media bias. These columns address bias in Big Media, the upcoming election, and related topics. A unique method for showing examples of political bias in the media, these columns are part of a forthcoming book written by the author of BoycottBigMedia.com. Combining fictional characters with actual, current political events and public figures, this novel creatively incorporates drama, humor, and music to convey a very important story.
"We have several free essays on media bias that address Big Media's bias in favor of Senator Obama, including 'Yes We Can't,' 'NOW That is Just Terrible,' 'Who are the Real Heroes,' and 'We Can But You Can't' to name a few," says the author.
BoycottBigMedia.com also offers helpful links for obtaining news from alternative sources as well as an opportunity for website visitors to provide input. For more information or to read their free essays on media bias, please visit BoycottBigMedia.com.
Boycott Big Media.com works to educate the public regarding political bias in the media while addressing the upcoming election and other related subjects. While all information is based on the opinion of the author, it is geared toward helping others recognize media bias and motivates them to take action.