• No, I don't think so but the poison of identifying all truth as subjective and/or subverted by the free press is dangerous. The free press is not perfect but generally makes an effort to keep the public informed of things like self serving politicians. Those politicians are attempting to identify the free press as the enemy of the people. If they are successful they are allowed to make their own truth. Critical thinking is about finding the truth in spite of cries of fake news and "alternative facts" and to question information even if it doesn't favor doesn't favor one's own agenda.
  • i usually will just see it on the web
  • Yeah, I think it turns your brain to mush. You can tell just by asking a regular watcher what they learned last week. They can't really tell you. News = Noise.
  • BBC News and Apple News. They are generally reliable. If you use sources that have false or misleading information, you will get a lower grade, plain and simple.
  • No way, watching the news makes you the best critical thinker ever, at least that's what Fox News and CNN tell me.
  • its fair to say the mainstream has no morals what so ever. The news on the internet is all rubbish now. I like Redacted channel on youtube.
  • False. Educated people know the difference.
  • It seams the mainstream news has out lawed critical thinking? The world is full of pathetic sellouts the you cant say that because it offends pathetics is the new way of the world. Hence Why I go out of my way to offend pathetics.

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