I have not found one that I really like. I use Google, NPR, the NY Times, and the Boston Herald. For me, they are all just ok. For news close to home I use Wicked Local Cape Cod......it's the best source for news of my town.
The Onion! Seriously, though, I go to the CNN and NBC News websites frequently to keep up on things.
I like to browse the stories on Yahoo. They are pretty current and they have a variety of articles from politics, sports, entertainment and general news as well as other informative information.
Every major source of news is heavily biased by the Corporate Party.
I've weaned myself of most of the major players. I will occasionally catch snippets of their stuff on YouTube videos, but can't believe how slanted it all is.
I try to stay away from most news, but I keep trying to find new sources that will give the true story without the Corporate Party filter.
Like Iceland. They've rebounded by not doing what the Rothschilds want them to do. They didn't follow the poor examples of Greece and Spain, but instead arrested the corrupt bankers and politicians, and decided not to pay for the debts of the corrupt individuals. They quietly pulling themselves out of the pit back into prosperity. I can't get much information about them from the Corporate Party media, because they're afraid of Iceland's example. If more countries do like them, then they will lose their grip on control of the various economies. I've gotten snippets from friends through Facebook and Hubpages, plus I've gone directly to Iceland's websites that are in English.
Why can't America and the UK arrest their corrupt bankers and politicians? I'd like to see that in the news.
During the GOP primary season, the Corporate Party news almost entirely ignored Ron Paul, either demonizing him or pretending he didn't exist. I caught a few of their videos on YouTube, but then I found a local Fox station WXIX "Reality Check" segment with Ben Swann that proved quite enlightening, showing all the dirt in the campaign -- changing votes, ignoring votes, cancelling out votes, ballot stuffing, physical violence, ignoring Roberts Rules of Order, having chairmen they didn't like arrested (St. Charles, MO caucus, and Louisiana State convention).
So, I guess my favorite single source is YouTube, but each channel seems to have some good mixed with the bad.
I browse several. However, my favorite source is one that pulls from a variety of other sources: Nugget Net Newsline Headlines at www.nuggetnetreview.com/main-news1.htm
I think, though, Christians are more likely to favor this source.
The New York Times is a good and relevant news source that I use often.
My favorite online news sources seems to be a toss up between CNN.com and Reuters.com. What news I don't get from one site, I can usually get from the other.
I take all news sources with the proverbial grain of salt, but ones I enjoy are Slate, NPR, and for real news I check out the BBC as they do a better job of covering world events instead of the Kardashians and that other meaningless drivel we can't seem to get away from in our mainstream media.
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