Zero spin? Funded by the government? I disagree, but that's cool.NPR, of course. Zero spin. All legitimate angles covered while skipping the conspiracies, lies, and QAnon. Pure news. It gets knocked as boring, but that's really the point, isn't it? It's not built as entertainment for the sheeple but instead as raw facts and learned opinions for the thinking man.
Also, the weekend programming is funny af but I do dearly miss click and clack from Car Talk.
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The misinformation you've received from your news sources, comically and ironically, actual makes my point succinctly.Zero spin? Funded by the government? I disagree, but that's cool.
It's like, my opinion, man....
Perhaps the bias is mostly in the eye of the beholder. If a paper, article, speech, etc disagrees with or disrupts one's personal views, said viewer is likely to assume it's "biased against him." There's a principle referred to, as I recall, as the pocketbook rule - if a viewpoint affects my pocketbook, I'm most likely to view it as incorrect.NPR is truthful but their bias shows through. Usually in about five seconds.
It seems in our society that if you don't like the truth the go to move is to attack the truth teller.
That's a sad reality and is the basis for most of the discord. Folks used to respect truth and experts. Now it's just a game of who can play the best semantic jeopardy.It seems in our society that if you don't like the truth the go to move is to attack the truth teller.