How to Read the News: A Guide for Truth-Seekers

Because my home page is the website lucianne.com, I am able to access news sources from around the world. Although most of the subscribers to the site lean conservative, there is a healthy balance in the comments posted in response to the articles.  Since President Trump’s election, it has become quite predictable to glean whether an article will be positive or negative simply by learning the news source. No matter what the actual news does report, certain sources will spin it with extreme bias. Here’s what I’ve learned about getting the real facts on current events. No matter how successful the recent summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un turns out, these publications will report it with a “Yes, but” analysis: The New York Times, The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, the New York Daily News, Newsweek, Time, the Daily Mail (UK) and the Miami Herald. Online websites like Politico, Daily Beast, Salon, Media Matters...(Read Full Article)

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