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Why is the Philadelphia Inquirer Ignoring A Story of the Year?

Yesterday, a former prosecutor for the Department of Justice testified to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights pursuant to the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation dismissal. The allegations put forth by J. Christian Adams point to the case being dismissed due to the skin color of the defendants. In his post on Pajamas Media, J. Christian Adams, makes a clear point about equality in enforcement of our laws:

The best thing that could happen from the ugly New Black Panthers dismissal and public revelation of the truth is for the Department to change course. The outrage I have heard in hundreds of emails and in calls from around the nation tell me Americans value equal enforcement of the law as much as they cherish the right to vote without men with weapons shouting racial slurs at them. Equality and the right to vote are sacred partners.

If these hearings prompt the Department to reconsider the institutional hostility to equal enforcement of voting laws, then it will be a great day for America. We will all be able to exhale and declare: “Thank goodness they finally followed the law.” If it took attention for them to change course, we can all agree the attention was good.

Not surprisingly, the Philadelphia Inquirer makes no mention of this blockbuster of a story on today’s (7/7/10) front page (see photo below). Then again, this paper endorsed candidate Obama, the journalists employed at the Inq (save one) do not have the courage to speak truth to power when the politician has a ‘D’ dangling after their name. Oh, note that there is no mention of the world’s worst ecological disaster on the front page as well. How far will the Inquirer and its journalist compromise their credibility in order to carry water for Obama and his administration?

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5 responses to “Why is the Philadelphia Inquirer Ignoring A Story of the Year?

  1. Trevor Hilton
    says:

    I gar-ron-freakin’-tee ya that if I, an Oklahoma red neck of German-Welch-Dutch-English descent, had stood on that porch just across from him while holding a baseball bat, I would already be in a cell with Big, Bad Bubba lookin’ at me as if I were a Playboy centerfold!

    But, our rascist, black-supremecist AG is gonna look after his own.

  2. says:

    I’d like to see a reporter ask Obama about this story at his next press conference.

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