It's not enough to know that "fake news" exists; we need to be humble enough to acknowledge that we are susceptible to it, and to blame for it.
Everybody seems to want to tell you that the world we live in is terrible and that things are getting worse. So why don't the numbers agree?
I wrote this piece a few days back about the so-called "Class Warfare" of Obama's new proposed tax increases. I think it rang true for a lot of people, but there are those who disagree and I think their view is summed up in this opinion piece in the Washington Post by ultra-Conservative, German tool, … Continue reading Class Warfare: Addendum
False Equivalents There has been an interesting (albeit, predictable) reaction to Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert's recent rally: A lot of people accusing the Rally of creating a 'false equivalency' between the two opposing sides of the political spectrum. Never mind that the Rally's point was to shed light on the frequent false equivalencies spouted … Continue reading Neutrality (or, You’re so vain, you probably think this blog is about you)