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A Slobbering Love Affair: The True (And Pathetic) Story of the Torrid Romance Between Barack Obama and the Mainstream Media

4 Ratings: 4.8
A book by Bernard Goldberg

[Audio Review] Conservative media superstar, CBS veteran, and New York Times bestselling author Goldberg (Bias) takes on the liberal media for overwhelmingly supporting Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential election campaign. Goldberg uses name-calling, … see full wiki

Author: Bernard Goldberg
Genre: Reference, Nonfiction
Publisher: Regnery Press
3 reviews about A Slobbering Love Affair: The True (And...
review by . August 04, 2009
The US presidential election of 2009 was historic in many respects - the first black presidential candidate by one of the major parties, the first female VP candidate on the Republican ticket, and probably a host of other "firsts" that only news pundits and political junkies care about. The election was also unprecedented in the following regard: never before has the media been so blatantly and unapologetically in the pocket of one candidate. The overwhelming media bias in favor of Democrats and …
review by . March 24, 2009
Bernard Goldberg's first book, "Bias", an exploration of the mainstream media's unconscious left-wing bias remains Goldberg's best book. Since then he has created something of a cottage industry compiling news clippings, adding some commentary about mainstream media bias and wrapping it between covers.     This time Goldberg focuses on the mainstream media's very obvious adulation of Barack Obama. Among Goldberg's claims is that the mainstream media was totally in the tank for …
review by . January 29, 2009
Let's be honest folks: during this past election, the vast majority of the media was "in the tank" for Barack Obama. That's not his doing, and I'm not placing any blame on him for the situation. Like any good politician, he took advantage of what he was given. The fault, of course, lies with the media, who gave up its supposed objectivity to "slobber" over The One.   It was almost impossible to see on tv or read in news magazines anything even remotely critical of Obama, while we were …
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