Where have we (not) heard this story before:

Posted: July 7, 2010 by datechguy in media, opinion/news
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You know if’s really nice of the MSM to try to save work for Byron York:

From a Nexis search a few moments ago:

Total words about the NASA Muslim outreach program in the New York Times: 0.

Total words about the NASA Muslim outreach program in the Washington Post: 0.

Total words about the NASA Muslim outreach program on NBC Nightly News: 0.

Total words about the NASA Muslim outreach program on ABC World News: 0.

Total words about the NASA Muslim outreach program on CBS Evening News: 0.

If you were to receive your news from any one of these outlets, or even all of them together, and you heard about some sort of controversy involving the Obama administration redefining the space agency’s mission to feature outreach to Muslim countries, your response would be, “Huh?” Among all the news these distinguished outlets have seen fit to cover in recent days, the NASA story has not made the cut.

So nice of them to allow him to recycle his Van Jones column from Sept 4th of last year with simply a find and replace.

You know Fox’s News best friend is their competitors.

An even better question. How much longer in an internet age can the MSM decide that a story on the front Page of Drudge for two days will not be seen if they ignore it? How long can the MSM decide that Memeorandum doesn’t exist?

And why is Byron York the only journalist calling them out on it?

Who made this business model? The guy who marketed the Edsel?

BTW the actual NASA story is here.

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