Media made easy
Perhaps more searing than its indictment of the politicians who lead us to war is the film’s unflinching critique of the major media, including once-highly regarded newspapers such as the New York Times and the Washington Post, for failing to serve as credible watchdogs. In fact, by excerpting from a broad range of war reporting produced by the American media over more than 50 years, the filmmakers show a media establishment that willingly and repeatedly promotes the government’s lies. link
If you can’t get to a selected theatre and can’t cough up the sobs for the DVD, head to Google video when you have 1 hour and 10 minutes to spare. And if you still want more you can watch media critic and War made easy author, Norman Solomon, talk about pro-war propoganda in this video.