Okay, so you are all on your palmtops and tablets and aren’t even listening.
But consider suggesting to your great aunt that she is not getting value out of her subscription to Correct Local Times and her voting booth support for government-protected TV and radio:
Over at Evolution News & Views, Casey Luskin offers a familiar complaint:
With some reporters, facts count for little or nothing. They’re not interested in reporting on a situation objectively. They have their minds made up, and they are going to promote their agenda no matter what. I’ve had this experience numerous times since I started working at Discovery Institute in 2005. Well, it’s happened again.
Response: The guy who quoted me a price on a summer paint job at an Ottawa (Canada) townhouse told me that almost no one in the journalism school at his local U was actually working in journalism. Might be useful to ask, then, who IS?
Agenda isn’t necessarily the point. The remainders may not even be people with much brain. The people with brain have long since left, and the people who remain may be living off the avails of institution.
That they would go with an agenda, no question. But don’t expect original thinking from those who just hope to be eaten last.