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    • Hi Rebecca,

      I agree. It stems from ignorance. The more you know the deeper your well to dip into to make a sound judgement. It also stems from insecurity. When one is ignorant, they pretend they’re informed. So they will defend their position no matter how harshly, simply to feed their self-esteem (or lack of it). Thank you for sharing!

      Eddie

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    • That’s not the point of the article. This is based on studies, not on my opinion. Please read the cited studies. And as far as opinion inserted into news, yes, it’s the watering down of journalism into opinion news, which is a problem. One reporter’s perspective will slant left or right, based on his or her views, which leads the reader. News is supposed to be about facts (what happened) and let the reader decide what he or she thinks. That no longer exists and it’s a shame. Thank you for sharing.

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