It was one of the largest citizen-demonstrations in the nation's history.
But the liberal media largely ignored the protest or worked overtime to spin the story as some fringe-element demonstrating against a black president.
Some of the best (and unbiased coverage) of the event could be found in European newspapers, argues Investor's Business Daily.
"When Americans have to turn to the foreign press for truthful reports of the size of popular protests in Washington, it's time to wonder: Are we dominated by "state-run media"? the newspaper asks.
From the editorial:
When a million people travel to our nation's capital to object to excessive government spending, and the taxes they have to pay to sustain it, it constitutes a grass-roots force to be reckoned with.Read the full editorial, "Taking It To The Streets," at the newspaper's Web site.
But underestimates of the crowds by the so-called "mainstream media," along with their focus on the most extremist signs and slogans they could find (gun rights, for instance, or the president sporting a Hitler mustache), gave administration officials an opportunity to downplay the march's significance.
Originally posted at TONY PHYRILLAS