Tells It Like It Is

Can’t say that I disagree with Jonah Goldberg of National Review Online. Not at all.
I notice what the media does not, also. That they are terribly one-sided.
Hardly what I would call profesionally objective journalists interested in truth and disseminating it for us all to acknowledge it, learn and make things better.
Also, they are not, dare I say – “fair and balanced.”

I have to admit, I think Jonah’s response is the same as mine.
Too bad. But it is the price paid for expanding one’s vision beyond what it used to be.

My favorite website, Don Surber, has more on this. Involves Time Magazine, too.

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