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> Whose Point of View?, Scott Rosenberg, The American Prospect
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post Tue 21st June 2011, 9:19am
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Whose Point of View?

Scott Rosenberg, The American Prospect

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You’re the proverbial alien on our planet, fresh off the UFO. You found a job—congratulations!—and you’ve just received your first paycheck. On the stub, you notice that something, or someone, named “FICA” is skimming 6 percent off the top...
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post Tue 21st June 2011, 11:14am
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Comments by Moulton, Somey, and Kohsie. Where are the 'pediots?
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post Tue 21st June 2011, 1:25pm
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I loved this. Nearly everything you read in the mainstream media (apart from Greg’s contributions of course) is rubbish. This had it absolutely right. “The factual details weren’t erroneous, for the most part, but the overall portrait they created was badly skewed.” “a trees-accurate but forest-deficient picture”. As another example of this kind of bias, try the PFI article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Private_finance_initiative in Wikipedia.
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