Stories the media suddenly prefer to ignore (updated with video clip)

Remember how these sorts of stories dominated the news when Bush was president? Did you hear about them? Why do you think not?

* Five US soldiers and two Iraqi security personnel were killed in a suicide truck bombing in Mosul.  4/10/09

* Seven Iraqis were killed and 23 were wounded in a car bombing in a Shia neighborhood in Baghdad. Fallujah has been put under curfew after an April 7 suicide attack.  4/8/09

* A car bomb killed nine Iraqis in Baghdad. A suicide bomber killed one person and wounded 35 more in Fallujah.  4/8/09   

* Thirty-four Iraqis were killed and scores were wounded in six car bombings in Baghdad. Seven soldiers were wounded in a suicide attack in Dalouyia.   4/7/09

* A truck bomb attack on a police station in Mosul killed seven Iraqis and wounded 38 more.  3/31/09

* Sixteen Iraqis were killed and 35 more were wounded in a car bomb attack in the Shaab neighborhood in Baghdad. 3/26/09

Update: Sean Hannity mentioned Lee Cary's blog on the media's sudden reticence to cover war casualties last night on his FNC TV show. Here is the clip.
Remember how these sorts of stories dominated the news when Bush was president? Did you hear about them? Why do you think not?

* Five US soldiers and two Iraqi security personnel were killed in a suicide truck bombing in Mosul.  4/10/09

* Seven Iraqis were killed and 23 were wounded in a car bombing in a Shia neighborhood in Baghdad. Fallujah has been put under curfew after an April 7 suicide attack.  4/8/09

* A car bomb killed nine Iraqis in Baghdad. A suicide bomber killed one person and wounded 35 more in Fallujah.  4/8/09   

* Thirty-four Iraqis were killed and scores were wounded in six car bombings in Baghdad. Seven soldiers were wounded in a suicide attack in Dalouyia.   4/7/09

* A truck bomb attack on a police station in Mosul killed seven Iraqis and wounded 38 more.  3/31/09

* Sixteen Iraqis were killed and 35 more were wounded in a car bomb attack in the Shaab neighborhood in Baghdad. 3/26/09

Update: Sean Hannity mentioned Lee Cary's blog on the media's sudden reticence to cover war casualties last night on his FNC TV show. Here is the clip.