Hey I only responded to what was in your post, you mentioned the Al Jazerra reporters quitting, but failed to mention their Egyptian office was closed down by the military. It's all part of a political game that is being played out there. Biased reporting will only be biased if you are on the other side. But facts are 80% of the population are Muslim, so one would figure the brotherhood would play a large part in the political make-up.<quoted text>
You are so all over the place in this post. I have no idea what Bin Laden tapes or Christians have to do with the reporters from Al Jazeera quitting because of bias from the network. What does my personal opinion have anything to do with the reporters themselves quitting because of bias? They are the ones who said Al Jazeera aired lies and misled viewers.
I have no idea where you get your news, but where in the world did you read that there was NOTHING, ZIP, ZERO changes in gun laws since the all-encompassing coverage of the school massacre? Here are the states that have passed tougher gun laws since the media coverage: Colorado, Connecticut, Maryland, New York and pending bills in the states of California, Delaware, Massachusetts, Minnesota.
As for the gun laws, those are mostly all democratic states you mentioned. For any gun laws to be truly effective it has to be at the federal level not state.