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By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer Despite widespread media claims that close to two million people attended the inauguration ceremony of President Barack Obama, experts say the real number is closer to 800,000.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer Not only is the media biased in favor of Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL), but so are their polls. So says one of the country’s most respected pollsters and warns that supporters of the Democratic candidate are using inflated numbers to try to convince the public the race is over even before a single vote has been cast.
The first female vice-presidential candidate in Republican history, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, stunned her critics last night by delivering a strong and confident performance against Democratic rival Senator Joe Biden in the vice-presidential debate.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer In an effort to present Republican vice-presidential candidate Governor Sarah Palin’s religious affiliations in the same extreme light as those of Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama (D-IL), the press is trying to create a “Jeremiah Wright-style” scandal out of Governor Palin’s evangelical roots.
by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer (June 20, 2008) Even though Catholic radio broadcasters often feel as if their message is lost amidst the competition of more powerful media, Pope Benedict XVI called these networks a “small but real echo” that helps the world open to the civilization of love.
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