Watching Freedom's Watch

You may not know the name, but you certainly know the faces behind the 501c4 group, Freedom's Watch:

Freedom's Watch has been described by critics as a front group for White House policy and a "neo-conservative 'slush fund' supporting the views of Vice President Dick Cheney",[4][5] "came out of" a December 2006 "event"[6] at the American Enterprise Institute when retired Gen. Jack Keane and AEI scholar Frederick W. Kagan "talk[ed] about the need for a troop increase in Iraq, "a plan adopted by" President George W. Bush in January 2007.[7]

And members of Freedom's Watch are among the more frequently invited talking heads on all the news shows, Ari Fleischer, Dan Senor, etc., eager to push their version of reality and neo-con agenda on to the rest of us.

Good news is that we have now Freedom'sWatch Newsladder to watch these war and Bush/Cheney cheerleaders:

Thank you for visiting this site and learning more about Freedom's Watch - a 501c4 run by Republican leadership and consultants that intends to make a major impact on the 2008 Elections; from the Presidential Campaign to State and House races. [..]

We believe that America is indeed the land of free speech, but it is very important that you know who you are speaking to; Freedom's Watch is nothing more than a Republican, neo-conservative front group with a strict Republican, neo-conservative agenda, nothing more, nothing less.

You can join the Freedom's Watch Newsladder and keep all of us informed on their propaganda pushes.


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