"There seems to be an underlying feeling that big media is in bed with the government and have decided on the version of the war you'll see," says MaryAnne Golon, picture editor at Time magazine. "I don't think it applies to Time; we've run some tough images [of the war] in the magazine. But I've heard that criticism over and over."
tell me something i didn't already know.
for more on the wonderful things the US Army is doing in Iraq, wander over to Salon.com and read articles likethis one, which i guarantee will make you sick with rage at how very terribly stupid and cruel and spineless human beings can be.