I just read an email from Ernie Bees telling about his learning that I was called “Bear” on page 3 or 4 of Robbie Robertson’s book Testimony. Last evening Ron Russell phoned to report his having been reading Testimony and that he too was surprised that Robbie referred to me as “Bear” If you’d like to see a picture of me when I was at the Zanzibar here’s a post card Kelly Jay sent me.
I just put Clinton into the Google box(December 27,2016) and got The New York Times,11 hrs ago,
IBTimes UK · 6 hours ago and
Daily Mail · 5 hours ago
In a Trump search I got 2 NYT’s headers to 1 British; for Clinton it’s 2 British headers to one NYT.
If there is an independent journalist around they should do one of those “Explained” pieces as in what’s the connection between The New York Times, The Guardian and other British media “Explained”, a book even, if anyone reads hard copy print anymore.
The Guardian of England and the New York Times are again partnered at the top of Google search results page. Two headers are by The New York Times which is conspicuous again after taking a several days holiday with most of the conspicuous heavy anti Trump headers continued by Britain’s, The Guardian. Today, December 27, 2016; The Guardian reignites the association of white supremacy and Donald Trump support with
‘Alt-right’ groups will ‘revolt’ if Trump shuns white supremacy, leaders say
…Activists who recently gave Nazi salutes and shouted “hail Trump” at a gathering in Washington will revolt when the new US president fails to meet their expectations, the leaders told the
The New York Times header beside the above Guardian header today, December 27, 2016 takes the opposite position as though The New York Times has decided to cool its virulant attacks on President Trump and his supporters.
Sorry, Liberals. Bigotry Didn’t Elect Donald Trump.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speak during the second presidential …
Daily Mail–20 hours ago
Since week # 1 in August 2015 when Mark Shields – and Brooks of the NYT on the PBS News Hour reviewed the performers of the crowded first Republican debate I started noting the media corporations doing stories on Mr. Trump whom both Shields and Brooks and a man with a British accent dismissed as a serious candidate while praising Kasich and Rubio with honourable mention to Fiorina who had to compete in a secondary debate; kinda sent to the minors because she didn’t qualify to be among the major league debating crowd. Shields pointed out that Trump’s arrogant comment to a female moderator from Fox News meant that he was in deep trouble with Fox a Republican supporting media outlet. He said you just don’t say the sort of thing that Trump said to Kelly of Fox if you’re a serious contender for the Republican nomination for president. Then Huffington Post announced their putting Trump political stories in the entertainment section. Then I began noticing that Brook’s NYT was putting out numerous stories mocking Trump’s candidacy; then I noticed The Guardian of Great Britain started looking as though they were competing with the NYT to have the most mockingly insulting stories about Trump always at the top of my Google Trump search results. Today December 23, 2016 I’ve noticed only stories by The Guardian still hurling mocking invective as they tell everyone of Trump’s latest ridiculous tweeting.
If you’d put Donald Trump into the Google search box via Mozilla you’d have got the three anti Trump headers that follow courtesy of the Online, long armed British media corporation The Guardian
“Donald Trump on tape saying ‘every racist thing ever’, claims actor Tom Arnold”
“‘Mad Alex’: Donald Trump letters abuse Scottish ex-first minister…”
“Stallone refused Trump’s arts job – but who will take this poisoned chalice?”
The actor and part-time painter was right to decline a role
Like all opinion mine is biased against breaking electronic news deliverers.
So in my opinion most who report what they call news online seem to warm to China
and fear Russia. I’ve also picked up the view, perhaps one of the few seeming objective online views, that as Obama’s administrators favour China, Trump’s will favour Russia.