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The media and the Constitution

22 October 2022

9:00 AM

22 October 2022

9:00 AM

After the 2016 presidential elections, it became obvious that the US mainstream media had abandoned its vocation of being both free and responsible, to being the propaganda arm of a Democratic party captured by the far Left.

Exceptions apart, let us hope that Australia’s mainstream media never stoop to this.  Sadly, a mass deviation from the standards of the free and responsible media occurred in 1999.

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