Media BiASS: Your Daily Dose of Propaganda!!

CBS’s Cordes Laments Campaign Spending in N.C. Senate Race; Blames Citizens United Decision

 

CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes profiled the North Carolina Senate race during Wednesday night’s CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley and devoted much of her report highlighting the fact that the race between incumbent Democratic Senator Kay Hagan and Republican challenger and State House Speaker Thom Tillis has become the most expensive Senate race of the cycle. Specifically, Cordes blamed the Supreme Court as it “paved the way for unlimited outside spending in a 2010 decision commonly known asCitizens United, which overturned parts of a campaign finance law authored by Republican John McCain.”

 

ABC and NBC Skip Midterms; Spend Time Attacking Christie for Flying ‘Off the Handle’ at Heckler

 

ABC and NBC failed to cover the upcoming midterm elections during their Wednesdayevening broadcasts, but instead devoted over three-and-a-half minutes going after New Jersey Governor Chris Christie ( R) for confronting a protestor earlier in the day during an event marking the second anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. Christie, who has been known to receive praise from the mainstream media (rare for a Republican), was not that personon Wednesday as ABC’s World News Tonight with David Muir reported he was “unscripted” and “lashing out” as he engaged in “a war of words” with the heckler in what “was supposed to be a mission accomplished moment” for promoting the rebuilding of the Jersey Shore.

 

Carol Costello on Rocket Mishap: ‘Can NASA Really Trust Private Companies?’

 

Carol Costello’s liberal bias emerged yet again on Tuesday’s CNN Newsroom, as she covered the catastrophic failure of the Antares rocket during a launch from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility. Costello wondered, “Can NASA really trust private companies to do its business?” The anchor later pressed on with her skepticism of private business: “Well, you know, it’s a concern, because NASA also plans to use private companies to take astronauts into space. Should those plans be put on hold in light of what happened?”

 

Bernie Goldberg: Only Way to Stop Media Bias is for Slanted Reporters to Be ‘Publicly Fired’

 

Appearing on Fox News’s O’Reilly Factor Tuesday night, media analyst Bernard Goldberg praised reporter Sharyl Attkisson for calling out the liberal bias of her former employer, CBS News, in her upcoming book. He then lamented the difficultly in ending such bias: “But here’s why the problem is not going to go away. Even if top management wants to eliminate this liberal bias, there are too many producers and reporters in important positions at all the networks who are liberal, and who let their liberalism affect their journalism.” Goldberg proposed a way to stop the problem: “If you’re a repeat offender and you let your biases show, you not only get fired, you get publicly fired, and the management let’s everybody know why you got fired. And perhaps that will make the rank and file, you know, come into line.”

Worship and Work

Worship and Work

October 30

"One man considers one day more sacred than another; another man considers every day alike" (Rom 14:5).

Avodah (Ah´-voe-dah) is a Hebrew noun used in the Bible that has two distinct yet intertwined meanings: worship and work. It is also derived from the Hebrew verb L’Avod which has two meanings; to work and also to worship. The dual meaning offers powerful wisdom for modern times for how we are to view our work lives.

Work, if done with integrity and unto God, is a form of worship in the biblical Hebrew context. There has never been a concept of segmenting our work from our faith life in the Bible. It is in the realm of the sacred to bring God into our everyday life. Hebrews did not set aside a "day of worship," such as Saturday or Sunday, but everyday is a place and time of worship. They did set aside a Sabbath day of rest.

It is a western idea to segment one’s faith life from our work like. In the Middle East and Asia, their cultures would never separate their faith from their work life even though their faith foundations might clearly contradict Christian beliefs. When someone comes to faith in Christ from this area of the world, they have an easier time of assimilating their faith into their work because they have always done so.

God calls us to do our work as an act of worship to Him. Our work is not to be a place of sweat and toil, but an expression of our love, faith and adoration of Jesus Christ. Today, before you work, ask God to help you see your work in a new way–as worship to Him.

“Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.”~Thoreau

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