''David Freddoso's terrific new book Spin Masters documents more than routine media bias - though he has plenty of outrageous examples of that. It's about how the media ignored or buried the big stories - like how Obama has hollowed out our economy or openly trampled on the Constitution - in favor of Democratic Party press releases. Freddoso reports the news you didn't hear during the election - and also shows how we can avoid falling prey to the hypocritical and absurdly partisan liberal media again.'' --David Limbaugh, New York Times bestselling author
''If you had a scintilla of respect left for the mainstream media, David Freddoso's excellent new book Spin Masters will shred it. He reports on the big stories the mainstream media didn't and shows how if you relied on the mainstream media, you would have been less well informed than if you turned off your radio and television and canceled your newspaper subscription.'' --David Harsanyi, author of Obama's Four Horsemen
''Media bias mostly takes the form of omission. In 2012, the media mostly omitted mention of Obama's many offenses against ethics, good government, and the truth. In Spin Masters, David Freddoso deftly tells the stories that most of the mainstream media missed because a dog on the roof of a car was more interesting than, say, an illegal military intervention in Libya or serial abuse of presidential power. I challenge anyone to read this book and then honestly deny that Obama's reelection was aided by a media that didn't do its job right.'' --Timothy P. Carney, senior political columnist, Washington Examiner
''Conservatives need to know they are not just up against political activists on the left. They are also up against a media that leans left, regurgitates left-wing talking points, and transitions back and forth between left-wing institutions and the mainstream media. David Freddoso does an excellent job shedding light on just what conservatives are up against and what they must do to fight back.'' --Erick Erickson, editor of RedState.com
''Freddoso not only shows how deeply in the Obama tank many journalists were in 2012. He also serves as an alternate-universe assignment desk for the stories unbiased reporters might have written.'' --Byron York, chief political correspondent, Washington Examiner --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.