Teen Decade: News
Every ten years I try to recap what I think is significant for future reference. In the last century we have seen people get their news from the mail to newspapers to radio to television to the internet. There have always been complaints about accuracy and bias. Journalists ask the standard questions of who, what, where, when, why and how. Ideally the story facts can be verified by reliable sources or public record. Frankly citizens have to do their jobs as well. Keep asking questions. Does it makes sense? Is it reasonable? What is the motive of whoever owns or controls the delivery? Can you back it up with facts? If they cannot state the facts, then it is opinion and goes to editorial.
If someone says something, what is their political party or affiliation? Whatever media you are looking at should display the the time and place it was recorded, the person’s full name and title, the political party affiliation, who they are getting funding from and their affiliation. All this information should be displayed every time they are on camera.
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