Monday, May 22, 2017

Observations on "Fake News"

1. News is not necessarily "fake" because it's not what you want to hear.
2. News is not necessarily "fake" because it might make a politician you like look bad.
3. News is not necessarily "fake" because it challenges or asks hard questions of a politician you like.
4  Don't complain about "bias" if your response is equally biased in the other direction.
5. Be skeptical of anyone whose "facts" always support a particular politician or party line.
6. Have you ever considered that you may be adding to the problem by not properly researching or fact checking your own statements?

Keep It Real, 

James 

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