I get most of my news from MSNBC, although sometimes I check CNN or other sources.
Originally Posted by LunarMoon
Two of the worst and most biased pieces of tripe on both ends. Or in other words you may know them as:
To say the least the first two give a unique contrast of perspectives, one stereotypically liberal, the other appreciably conservative. It makes for an interesting dynamic. Between these two I feel I'm able to construct a more politically neutral picture of reality.
Which one of those two is the liberal one? I'd consider both to be conservative. Although I consider CNN to be slightly right leaning and Fox News to be far to the right.
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1) MSNBC - Keith Olbermann
2) The Daily Show
3) The Colbert Report
4) Air America Radio - Rachel Maddow
5) MSNBC - David Greggory
6) Dennis Miller (one of very few conservatives that do not make me want to turn off the radio)
7) NPR - no specific programs, just whatever is on when I feel like radio
8) KYRS-LP - Local non-profit radio station with several current event shows
9) The Onion
I get my news from youtube, its much more exciting and usually not as bias, or easily identified as bias, whereas MSM can trick you into thinking they are giving a fair and balanced, truthful report, when they are really feeding you lies and half-truths...bastards
Last edited by BridgeCable; 06-21-2008 at 01:15 PM.
Reason: hmm i hit enter or something the title up there should be news..from people you can trust; not Peo, sorry folks
I think the simplest example I can give is when I was watching Iraq War news coverage and then they cut to a commercial for Lockheed Martin.
That isn't right-leaning. That is business. Is NBC right-leaning because Archer Daniels Midland advertises during Meet the Press? It's not an ideological echo chamber like FNC (which isn't even that far to the right, by United States standards).
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