Tag Archives: Media Bias

A Biased Look at Good News

Last week I indulged in a little sarcasm directed toward what appears to be an obsessive tendency in the media these days to suppress, deny, avoid, or challenge information that most of us would classify as “good news”. That trend … Continue reading

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It’s What’s ‘in’ the Bottle That Counts – Not the Words on the Label

Because Sam was a prolific complainer, he was one of those guys whose personality was a constant source of temptation for that internal practical joker lurking in some of us on the night crew. He didn’t just complain; he performed. … Continue reading

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