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Bad for Me

Why do I read the news, and why do I eat cheesecake? I’m beginning to suspect that neither of these practices are particularly beneficial. I tell myself that keeping in touch with world issues allows me to stay informed and relevant, an active member of the world. 368 more words

Ignorance is (not) bliss

Racial bias is just one of the big elephants in the room this year (and that’s saying a lot because we can all agree that 2016 hasn’t been the most pleasant of years). 2,671 more words

Staying Neutral in a World of Hate: Analyzing Media Sans Bias - Part 1: Batman vs. Superman

Academic titles aren’t exactly barrels of fun, but succinctly stating theses in a single sentence is hardly a walk in the park. Basically, below you’re gonna find part 1 of an article about attempting to be positive about movies or media that have received negative reception. 2,598 more words


American Lens: Charlotte Observer Ignores Its History Of “Maligning Voters” In Hit Piece On McCrory

A new article by American Lens writer Sister Toldjah decries the controversy of mainstream media’s attempt to mix fact with opinion.  It also points to what many have come to see as a “not so hidden” hidden agenda of identity politics and the media’s reporting of it. 125 more words

Connections With George Fisher

Their Return on Investment Should Be Realized: Making a Case for the Edmonton Citizens Supplying Capital to Billionaire Daryl Katz to Build Rogers Place


Although I am not from Edmonton, over the past few years I have grown more interested in the situation surrounding the financing of the new ‘Ice District’ being built in Edmonton’s downtown core by Daryl Katz’s (Owner of the Edmonton Oilers) development group. 2,605 more words

The Washington Post Defends Chip and Joanna Gaines (Amazing I Know)

Buzzfeed doesn’t like Evangelical Christians because they MIGHT not like same sex marriage. (They don’t know how the Gaines feel, but that didn’t stop the attack.) … 307 more words

Media Bias