liitro[lucing…Tlie NewsnMagazine of the 1990snP ollsnshow that most Americansnare fed up with the arrogant,nexploitive tactics of the mediangiants. Time, CBS, and the rest ofnthe entrenched media establishment havenaccelerated their campaign to brandnAmericans as ignorant and out of step ifnthey do not accept gun control andnmassive defense cuts. They label asn”homophobes” all who disagree with thenmilitant homosexual agenda, and smearnAmericans who dare to stand up forntraditional values as extremists or fanatics.nWith special interest groups acting asnthe accusers and their allies in the newsnmedia taking on the role of prosecutor.njudge, and jury, traditional Americannvalues and institutions are being tried,nconvicted, and “executed” through thenmedia on a scale never before seen.nWhether it be the trumped up chargesnagainst Andy Rooney, the demoralizingnassaults on the National Rifle Associationnor the vicious media-fiieled attack onnJudge Robert Bork, this “iron triangle”—nas Ronald Reagan so apfly called it—stopsnat nothing to silence any opposition.nOn an ever-widening array of criticalnissues, the media has shown itself to benfar more interested in skillfully marketingnits favored political ideologies andnprograms—much as Madison Avenuenmarkets products and services—than withnpresenting all the facts.nIndeed, a new “Cold War” is nownraging. It’s a media war of images andnwords, a war of marketing and persuasion.nThe target—your values, and ^’owr rights.nYou are not alone in this fi^it for yournrights. You have an aDy in the media.nIt seems, in this raging media war fornthe hearts and minds of Americans, thatnthe nation’s majority of hard-workingncitizens are without a national media thatnwiU stand up and champion their valuesnand interests. Yet, in 1990, at perhaps thenmost critical time in this devastatingnassault on America, a powerftil medianplayer has walked onto the informationnbattiefield, and is taking America by storm.nNew Dimensions Magazine is beingnhailed as the only major, mass circulation,nnational newsmagazine that not onlynreflects mainstream American values, butnthat aggressively trounces upon thosenwho, until now, have ridden roughshodnover Americans’ psyches and sensibilities.nTnime magazine’s circulation hasndropped drastically over the lastnyear, due to its increasingly strangenand off-base editorial viewpoints,nwhich many Americans find offensive.nFortunately, New Dimensions is rapidlynfilling the information void created by anmedia largely out of touch with thenAmerican mainstream. Time’s formernreaders are coming over to NewnDimensions in droves. ND is on sale at overn20,000 newsstands in all 50 states, Canada,nand most of Europe.nSubtitled ‘The Psychology Behind thenNews,” ND combines hard-hitting investigativennews coverage with fascinatingnin-depth psychological examination.nWhether the issue be East-West relations,nyouth gangs, corporate stress, gunncontrol, AIDS, or national defense.nNew Dimensions covers it aU—uncut andnuncensored. ND’s nationally-recognizednwriters and experts are refreshingly clear,nand they don’t pull punches.n”If you need in-depth analysis in an easynto read and concise fashion. NewnDimensions is for you.”n—^U.S. CongressmannWilliam DannemeyernBATTLEGROUND AMERICA:nAbtiiiifm. GayR^its. A’atit)ml Di^tsc, Gtai Guitw!. EducaUnn, md the Media.nEnOOIDnSinc^r llii? IWh, iirucrcssive libt^ralism’s successful ‘SccoiidnAinrrirun Hev-oliiliiin” has llKirou};lil,v alterwt Ihc fucp, ofnAmerica’s ctihuiv, iiK*(lia. mid govL-mmcnl, Nnw sn alhoiilnwar Iwftwwn *cimsi.i-vali?;nr aiirf “libcralisiir jiiav btt in IIH;nQiCwii- “S tin; [Kiliiiciil ritihl piviijin;;! f