Corporate media says it loud: 'No to war...

...protest coverage.' Shameless independent press plug: we don't, read AlterNet's coverage. The Post is so-so, the Times is crappy and USA Today is completely out to lunch. One of the goals of the protests was to keep the war "in the forefront of the average American's brain," writes Jonathan Whiten, but: "If that 'average American' reads the three major national daily newspapers... these goals unfortunately remain largely unmet." (Media Massage)

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