I had this happen just the other day and well at first I wasn’t sure what to say.
It turns out there is a great number of men out there that get pleasure from seeing their wives being fucked by other men.
All get thrown into the same pot and subjected to disdain and ridicule.
I also realized that finding the truth often required digging beneath the surface and not just picking up the convenient explanation sitting out in the open.
But the major Western news outlets began to see journalism differently.
It became their strange duty to shut down questioning of the Official Story, even when the Official Story had major holes and made little sense, even when the evidence went in a different direction and serious analysts were disputing the groupthink.
Looking back over the past two decades, I wish I could say that the media trend that we detected in the mid-1990s had been reversed. The major Western news outlets now conflate the discrete difficulties from made-up “fake news” and baseless “conspiracy theories” with responsible dissenting analyses.
Yet, there were fewer and fewer media outlets interested in that history. Some of our early articles reexamined important chapters of the 1980s (such as the “October Surprise” controversy from Election 1980 and evidence of Nicaraguan contra-cocaine trafficking).
Though we have struggled with funding – surviving for more than two decades through a combination of our own frugality and the generosity of our readers – we have managed to produce groundbreaking journalism on many of the most significant issues of the day, including national security, foreign policy, politics and the environment.Now, even as the fate of the world becomes more tenuous amid a resumption of Cold War tensions between the West and Russia, we are seeing the Western media engaging in a self-inflicted blindness that has left the West’s citizens blind as well.This dilemma – this crisis in democracy – has made the role of Consortiumnews even more essential today than it may have been in 1995.Veteran porn actor Tommy Gunn was born Thomas Joseph Strada in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.A self-described "hyper kid" who needed a great deal of attention due to his small stature, he often asked his mother, "When will I grow up?When I was a young reporter, I was taught that there were almost always two sides to a story and often more.