if it didn't happen to a little blonde girl...or wasn't done by a scary black guy...you can bet it won't make the news....around here
Quite a bit, actually, but unless it happens to someone the mainstream public might identify with or care about, it's not news---and not reported.
I discovered a book today that describes some political history that made me choke, it caused so much death and harm. We never heard about it, but we should.<br />
The crap that goes on in a Presidential election needs to be exposed broadly, but then, we sure wouldn't have very many Republicans if it did. That's the whole point.<br />
Now I'm going to go and enjoy my day and forget that book for a while......
The crime of the century happened on 9/11 and the corporate-owned media STILL doesn't want to touch what really happened with a ten foot pole. 1,700+ Architects and Engineers and 16,000+ other petition signers who cite evidence for explosive controlled demolition call for an independent investigation with subpoena power.
A whole lot. Human trafficking is particularly appallng.
I think a very high amount, and it's probably a good thing we don't hear about it all.
There's more out there than you can ever imagine man.
Look man, I'm not from NJ. I'm speaking about society as a whole but I'd imagine even in NJ you there are things you wouldn't want to open the curtains on
When the news claims about cyber-bullying being the cause of many people killing themselves over the internet (:
Oh, have you been to New Jersey?
Nothing, never mind, forget it
tons! but i'm so glad we don't hear about them. media hypes so many things. i think it just gives people more ideas