Our Media Landscape

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Media is a challenging topic these days. Below are my favorites sources of facts for both left and right. Print media is best because it is always more in depth than either radio or TV although podcasts show great promise for delivering in-depth analysis and facts. Print may have bias and a point of view. But it does not have the visual or audio to amplify that bias. With print, the focus can be on facts so you can form independent opinions without bombast or emotion. Plus, it doesn’t disappear, I can always go back to it. And, best of all, it does not disappear so you can always re-read, research, recall and remember. This helps tremendously when responding to deliberate efforts to confuse, distract, overwhelm, mislead or incite fear and anger. Any of these sites will provide a comprehensive view of a topic.

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