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Is this true? Welcome to BarryWorld?

January 22nd, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Anyone as puzzled as I was about all the media hype on our new Administration, or notice the media does not ask our new Administration any challenging questions? There’s been a great deal of censorship in the news, and on the Internet, it forums and newspapers in the past few months, and we are losing our freedom of speech quickly. Is this why all the deaths at Disneyland and Disney World don’t get reported?

Walt Disney Productions is one of Obama’s largest money contributors – the donations below do not include the contributions by the companies owned by Disney. And take a look below to see what media Disney owns:


Walt Disney Productions owns the media companies below. Any wonder you cannot believe anything you read anymore? Think twice before buying anything "Disney" – because that’s who’s running this Country now. And we wonder why the theme park continues to flourish with so many children’s deaths that don’t even shut down a ride for a day? – the majority not being reported. And this is who is now stifling our ability to speak out as well.

Broadcast Television
ABC Network
Owned and Operated Television Stations
WLS – Chicago
WJRT – Flint
KFSN – Fresno
KTRK – Houston
KABC – Los Angeles
WABC – New York City
WPVI – Philadelphia
WTVD – Raleigh – Durham
KGO – San Francisco
WTVG – Toledo
Cable Television
ESPN (80%)
ESPN2 (80%)
ESPN Classic (80%)
ESPNU (80%)
ABC Family
Disney Channel
Toon Disney
Lifetime Network (partial)
Lifetime Movie Network (partial)
Lifetime Real Women (partial)
A&E (partial)
A&E International (partial)
Jetix Europe (partial)
Jetix Latin America
The History Channel (partial)
Lifetime Real Women (partial)
ABC Radio
WDWD – Atlanta
WMVP – Chicago
WLS – Chicago
KESN – Dallas
KMKI – Dallas-Forth Worth
KRDY – San Antonio
WCOG – Greensboro, NC
WRDZ – Indianapolis
KABC – Los Angeles
KLOS – Los Angeles
KDIS – Los Angeles
KSPN – Los Angeles
KDIZ – Minneapolis – St. Paul
WKSH – Milwaukee, WI
WEVD – New York City
KDZR – Portland, OR
KWDZ – Salt Lake City
KIID – Sacramento
KMKY – Oakland
KQAM – Wichita
KKDZ – Seattle
WSDZ – St. Louis
WWMK – Cleveland
KMIK – Phoenix
KDDZ – Denver
WWMI – Tampa
KMIC – Houston
WMYM – Miami
WBWL – Jacksonville
WBYU – New Orleans
KDIS – Little Rock
WWJZ – Philadelphia
WWJZ – Philadelphia
WMKI – Boston
WDZK – Hartford
WDDZ – Providence
WDZY – Richmond
WGFY – Charlotte
WDYZ – Orlando
WMNE – West Palm Beach
WEAE – Pittsburgh
WDRD – Louisville
WDDY – Albany, NY
KPHN – Kansas City
WQUA – Mobile
WBML – Jacksonville
WFDF – Detroit
WFRO – Fremont, OH
WDMV – Damascus, MD
WHKT – Norfolk Radio Disney
ESPN Radio (syndicated programming)
Walt Disney Records
Hollywood Records
Lyric Street Records
Walt Disney Pictures
Touchstone Pictures
Hollywood Pictures
Miramax Films
Book Publishing Imprints
Miramax Books
ESPN Books
ABC Daytime Press
Hyperion eBooks
Hyperion East
Disney Publishing Worldwide
Cal Publishing Inc.
Hyperion Books for Children
Jump at the Sun
Michael di Caupa Books
Disney Global Children’s Books
Disney Press
Disney Editions
Disney Libri
Global Retail
Global Continuity
Automotive Industries
Biography (with GE and Hearst)
Disney Adventures
Disney Magazine
ECN News
ESPN Magazine (distributed by Hearst)
Family Fun
Institutional Investor
Top Famille – French family magazine
US Weekly (50%)
Video Business
Wondertime Magazine
Parks and Resorts
Walt Disney Imagineering
Disneyland Resort
Walt Disney World Resort
Tokyo Disney Resort
Disneyland Resort Paris
Hong Kong Disneyland
Disney Vacation Club
Disney Cruise Line
Disney Theatrical Productions
Disney Live Family Entertainment
Disney on Ice
The Disney Store
Club Penguins
Disney Toys
Disney Apparel, Accessories and Footwear
Disney Food, Health and Beauty
Disney Home Furnishings and Decor
Disney Stationery
Disney Consumer Economics
The Baby Einstein Company
Muppets Holding Company
Disney Interactive Studios
Walt Disney Internet Group

Lets see some of the challenging questions you say he has not been ask.*

  1. firewomen
    January 23rd, 2010 at 00:22 | #1

    Lets see some of the challenging questions you say he has not been ask.*
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  2. bendover
    January 23rd, 2010 at 00:44 | #2

    The honeymoon’s coming to an end. People are finally starting to wake up and wonder when the campaigning and promises will actually stop and the action to follow up those promises will start. So far, no promises except Guantanamo have been promised, and even the Guantanamo thing was announced without and actual plan of what to do.
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  3. smares001
    January 23rd, 2010 at 00:56 | #3

    not sure about this site. Disney/ABC is actually a highly "conservative" corporation….remember how they refused to allow Michael Moore release Fahrenheit 9/11?
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  4. demos_jones
    January 23rd, 2010 at 01:29 | #4

    You’re just now discovering this?

    "You provide the pictures, I’ll provide the war." ~ William Randolph Hearst, newspaper magnate and purported inventor of yellow journalism. From 1898 just prior to the Spanish-American War.

    The media has always been perceived as lapdogs of the liberal politicians and here’s why. Conservatives support the status quo. But the status quo leads to complacency and stagnation. So it’s the job of the media to challenge the status quo. (In dictatorships, the media supports the status quo, or ELSE!) Since liberals are defined as challenging the status quo, the media sees them as social compatriots.

    Note that this is a generalization and does not stand up in every case, only a description of how generalization leads to perception.
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  5. Patrick B
    January 23rd, 2010 at 02:00 | #5

    Challenging questions like "What magazines do you read?". That stumped the VP candidate from the GOP fairly easily. That was a softball question lobbed across the plate, and still she couldn’t handle it.

    I don’t remember any of the "liberal" media asking Cheney how drunk he was when he shot a friend in the face, or how much stock Bush owned from Haliburton. How come no one asked why Bush sat on his butt instead of doing something during 9/11? Or are those questions to challenging?

    I’m guessing you only care when the other side is doing well. It’s okay, everyone likes to root for their team and only cries foul when they get hosed.
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    Independent who thinks both parties are wrong.

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