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Is the U.S. media's coverage of the Iraq war unbiased?

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  • U.S. media coverage is genuine.

    The US media has its own credibility and is not under the influence of any government pressure. The media is quite mature and sensible to cover the facts rather than providing false information.

    Posted by: dankilberry
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  • The coverage of the Iraq war is not unbiased, because all news is bias, regardless of the subject.

    There is never such a thing as an unbiased opinion. Despite the writers and reporters trying to sound neutral, there's always going to be a minuscule twist on the news, regardless of the subject. It may be a bias so small that it seems nonexistent, but that bias is still there. Along with that, many news networks do put a twist on the issues, such as the war in Iraq, in order to get their viewers to support the viewpoints of the network.

    Posted by: PuzzledCharles70
  • All media coverage in the U.S. is biased.

    I believe there is no longer an unbiased coverage of anything about the Iraq war, or any other matter, anymore. Networks lean one way or the other. They have messages that imply one thing or another. Unbiased reporting is rare. I turn to the BBC when I want coverage of the Iraq war. I have more faith in the BBC than I do in any U.S. media coverage of anything.

    Posted by: PointlessElbert47
  • The American media portrays a very biased view of the Iraq War in both right and left-wing outlets.

    Before the Iraq War, even the heralded New York Times presented biased, inaccurate information about the evidence regarding weapons of mass destruction. All media outlets display a bias that does not fully cover the Iraq War from the Middle Eastern perspective. Important details, such as the number of Iraqi citizens killed, have not been reported. Nor has there been much coverage of the use of drones outside of the area of conflict. Even the formerly trusted sources, like the NY Times and Wall Street Journal, have been shown to ask permission from government or corporate sources before reporting news. Of course, outlets such as Fox News and MSNBC have long been heavily biased towards one end of the spectrum. Most, if not all, media outlets do not report independently.

    Posted by: P3nrIin
  • U.S. media coverage of anything is biased, and certainly the coverage of the Iraq war would fall under that category.

    The U.S. media is very much biased, and is very much controlled by a very small group of people. The U.S. government is really in control of the U.S. media and dictates what we see, hear, and read every single day. The media always takes a position when reporting a story and, oftentimes, is told what position they will take from the owners of the company and from the U.S. government. The government very much wants the U.S. public to think that we're doing a good job over in Iraq, and that we are there for a good reason. They want us to see troops doing well and helping the Iraqi people. They don't want us to see troops getting needlessly blown up, or attacked by Iraqi civilians. They don't want us to know just how bad it is over there, or that we really need to get out.

    Posted by: VagueWiley89
  • No, the U.S. media's coverage has been biased in favor of the war, and a U.S. point of view.

    The U.S. media coverage of the Iraq war has been extremely biased. It has been biased in favor of the war throughout. While there was no real justification for the war, the media, at best, covered it as a debate, without debunking the lies motivating the war. Many portions of the media actively participated in the deception. In addition, the coverage of the war more generally slants towards the U.S., focusing, for example, on a few thousand U.S. invaders who died, as opposed to the hundreds of thousands of Iraqis killed.

    Posted by: tacomoon
  • The media has a total liberal bias towards the Iraq War.

    Since the beginning of the Iraq War the US media has had a major liberal slant. They consistently try to paint it as a brutal war that is not needed. They very rarely mention any successes in Iraq, only the hardship and violence to Americans and the Iraqi people. It would be nice if it was unbiased, but it is not.

    Posted by: M0r3Interior
  • No, because the U.S. media's coverage of anything is always biased.

    U.S. media's primary goal is to gain viewership. Reporting actual, real, unbiased information is a secondary goal. Thus, the media really tells sides of the story that Americans want to hear. They will seldom report something that will go against America's frame of mind. A great example of this phenomenon is when Russia invaded Georgia in August 2008. I have read many American articles, and not one of them cared to mention that Georgian troops had been bombarding civilian areas for days. American media simply stated that Russia invaded Georgia. This is clearly a gross misrepresentation of the entire event.

    Posted by: 4uncLife

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