US Army Retired

US Army Retired

Friday, June 23, 2017

The Media Versus The News

Every morning I go through hundreds of websites reporting a huge variety of subject from military to writing to politics and news from here, Canada, and Europe as well as the rest of the world.

Clearly, there are a whole lot stories than those reported in the Lame Street Media that appears to be mesmerized with the supposition that Russian somehow affected the election, making Hillary lose in spite of all the reasons she was supposed to win.

So, the question is: when did journalism go from seeking verification of stories of interest to the public to editorialization using unnamed sources? When did reporters on television and the radio become no more than talking heads, reading stories written by anonymous producers? How often do you actually see someone claiming to be a reporter actually on the scene of an event?

And how much of the “news” is actually no more than propaganda espousing a particular leftist agenda?

Fortunately, I have my Feedly and other sources to review news and opinions from a wide variety of sources. In addition to Feedly and The Drudge Report, I recommend BadBlue @ for sources of news.

Try them out and make your own mind up. 

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