The Supposed Journalism is too far out
I woke in the middle of the night, as I have nearly every night since the U.S. presidential election… 361 more words
Much of what we call “news” is simply outrage politics, and outrage politics falls into two broad camps.
The first is stories of local concern blown up to be a national problem, when in fact there is no reason why people all across the country should be involved or should even care, unless you have an interest in that particular thing. 299 more words
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I was listening to someone on the radio yesterday who used the phrase “outrage culture”, referring to a typical knee jerk response common today about real or perceived injustices. 1,125 more words
very few people know this about me, but during college i interned with a florida us senator called mel martinez. even though he was a republican, martinez at the time had been responsible for presenting one of most progressive immigration bills in us history. 711 more words