What I Witnessed in Rochester, NY
An on-line special feature published by the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle in 2004 showing a wounded Marine who had his face blown off in Iraq, with only a mouth and two holes for a nose left, supported entirely by his mother. The story was wiped from the website within an hour.
Radio jamming. Any time some interviewee on NPR would lapse into a Chomsky-style rant against the immoral use of US power, the interview would be zappped.
A posse of ambulance drivers + vehicles disrupting a legal anti-Bush rally.
The airing by local radio stations of the worst and most rabid right-wing talk show hosts, despite the city's large black population and significant numbers of liberal urbanites.
There. I feel better now.