Changes to the Press Corp and greater participation of “online media outlets”

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  1. fallable

    fallable Brown Belt

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    This thread is in response to the possible changes coming to the press corp under the new Trump Administration. There has been talk of changing the daily press briefings format and changing the seating chart which currently is detirmined by the White House Correspondents Association.

    http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/310373-priebus-floats-shakeup-for-white-house-press-corps

    Another point of discussion regards "...including greater participation of “online media outlets” like Breitbart News. Which has been said could be seen as a counter to "other partisan news outlets, like the left-leaning Huffington Post..."

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-journa...news-inclusion-provides-counterweight-huffpo/

    With this topic in mind I would like to nominate a few of writers that I (as a right wing deplorable) believe would make great additions to the White House Press Corp, as well as get some feedback from the rest of the irredeemables here in the War Room as to who they would like to see possibly added as well. President Elect Trump campaigned on a platform of America First, job creation, and an immigration policy that serves the interest of the American people.

    With that campaign message in mind I think its important to include the type of people who not only have a history of raising these issues, but that are willing to fight the good fight with regard to keeping the Administrations feet to the fire, with the interests of the American worker and the Trump coalition in mind. I would like to note that for all I know none of the people I am going to suggest may even be interested in such a gig. But if America First, jobs-jobs-jobs, and a Patriotic immigration policy is what is desired, these nominations would be a good start in terms of journalistic seeking accountability, and making sure that the policies being pursued match those advocated for on the campaign trail.
     
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    fallable Brown Belt

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    Julia Hahn

    Since it has already been suggested that Breitbart will be among the new additions to the Press Corp I would first like to nominate Julia Hahn of Breitbart. She has been a consistent proponent for patriotic immigration issues, she has consistently raised the issue of both republicans and democrats involvement in the creation of the current status quo, she has consistently championed the cause of the American worker, and understands that the problems facing the middle class with regard to jobs and wages are multi-faceted. Foreign immigration, outsourcing, and automation all come into play and she has written on these topics at length.

     
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    Brenda Walker

    The second writer/journalist that I would like to nominate is Brenda Walker contributer to VDARE.com. For those of you who are unaware, VDARE.com was founded by former National Review Senior Editor Peter Brimelow on Christmas Eve, 1999, after he was purged by the National Review due to their re-alignment towards a more open borders and mass immigration agenda. The site is named after Virginia Dare, the first child born to English settlers in what is now the US, and who later dissapeared as part of the Lost Roanoke Colony of Virginia. VDARE.com concerns its self with what they term patriotic immigration reform (an immigration policy that serves the interest of the American people and the traditional American population) and the National Question (basically the national question is who are we? what does it mean to be American? and do the American people have the right to define our national identity or will we be transformed into a proposition nation? Hint: The Founding Fathers talked about "...ourselves and our posterity...").

    Much like Julia Hahn, Brenda Walker consistently raises the issue of how immigration, outsourcing, and automation threaten the job prospects of an ever increasing number of Americans, the issues facing middle class workers, the dearth of oppurtunities for many college graduates saddled with student loan debt, and the problem of low skilled workers not as eqipped to deal with a technically advancing economy.


     
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    Steve Sailer

    The third writer/journalist I would like to nominate is Steve Sailer, contributer to VDARE.com, takimag.com, and Unz.com. Sailer has gained some notoriety for his self-titled Sailer strategy which argues that "the Republican Party should and can only win, not through “outreach”/minority pandering, but by "inreach”/mobilizing its own (white) base."

    Although Sailer is probably most known for the Sailer Strategy he touches on many topics and IMO is required reading for conservatives that fall outside the establishment/mainstream.

     
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    fallable Brown Belt

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    I would also like to note that I don't consider automation, robotics, and the pursuit of more efficient production as bad. This is the reality and there will be many positive developments in this area. I do think when determining the nations current and future immigration policies it is imperative to factor these trends into the equation.
     
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    I really don't know how media can get people back to trusting them.

    You didn't used to have to chase down a bunch of other sources to confirm some useless story about a taken out of context quote from some useless politician.
     

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