Guardian Article on Gannongate and US Media in General
Here is a good article by the Guardian, a British publication on the Gannon/Guckert affair and the state of media in the US in general. Of course, many people in the US don't give shit about the way anyone else in the world sees anything, so they won't read the article. I found it to be quite interesting. An excerpt:
The Gannon case is a prime illustration. If, during the Clinton administration, a fake reporter from a Democrat front organisation, using a false name, had been exposed as attending White House press conferences it would have been a national scandal. If he had then been shown to be a gay prostitute, the scandal could have threatened a Democrat presidency. With 'Gannon' and Bush there has been no such outcry. The mainstream media has approached the story warily, while right-wing organisations such as Fox News have largely ignored it.
Here's the rest of the article.