Trump might slag off the media as the “enemy of the people”, but that never deters him from happily using them as a soapbox for his creative interviews that are commonly devoid of facts. After his recent Washington Post interview, they found it necessary to publish some fact-checking a couple of days ago … “We’re … Read moreAre there Fact Checking standards for fact checkers?
In the not too recent past the BBC has managed to make a complete hash of their climate change reporting. Last August 2017 Al Gore was in the UK promoting the sequel to “An Inconvenient Truth”. The BBC quite rightly interviewed him on the BBC’s Radio 4 flagship program “Today”, a slot that literally millions tune into … Read moreBBC reporting on Climate Change
The award winning Journalist Danica Roem stood for election to the Virginia House of Delegates last Tuesday (7th Nov 2017) and she won. There are a couple of key points to note there … Her Republican opponent was Robert G. Marshall, the long standing anti-LGBTQ advocate who wrote the now infamous “bathroom bill” that would have banned transgender individuals … Read moreThe Religious response to the Danica Roem win in Virginia
The TL;DR; (Too Long; Didn’t Read) answer for the question in the subject line is that Wikipedia is. When you have vast swathes of the human population interacting on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter then it tends to naturally devolve into bubbles. For example those that support Hillary will be sufficiently motivated … Read moreWhat is the best source for accurate information?