Which is why we need independent news outlets who serve their readers and not conservative billionaire investors—to continue to bring unbiased, top-notch reporting. And we need them now more than ever.
In their depiction of Trump’s and Biden’s “markedly different” classified document situations, journalists are muddying the waters and confusing readers.
We are a nation comprising more than 330 million people who've proven that we're capable of doing great things. So why have we adapted a sense of untenable, rugged individualism?
In an effort to keep them in good stead, reporters have coddled Republicans who claim that legacy media is biased against them. It's only served to push coverage further to the right.
"Liberal media” is a myth. Since Trump's presidency, mainstream news has embraced, employed, and laundered conservative propaganda, and it shows no signs of letting up.
The goal of newspapers is to inform the public. But increasingly, they are publishing opinion pieces as fact, misleading and confusing readers, and undermining their own agenda—and quite possibly, our democracy.