This is a great article and well worth reading. It analyzes news sites and determines which one are most biased and which ones are the most neutral.
Which ones do you read?
https://towardsdatascience.com/how-stat … 8f0fab3cb3
These days I try to avoid news if it isn't happening right in front of my eyes, because I don't know who or what to trust anymore. Everything I hear, see, and read online and in the media seems to want to muddle the truth with an absurd agenda. However, I do keep up with our military operations in other countries via word of mouth from buddies if that counts as news.
Most of the news today is mass hypnosis parrot repetitive by our owners programming . Haven't owned a TV in 12 years, in order to be free of thought and human rights.
MSM rots the brain... it is corporate propaganda and all politically biased.
I skimmed through and noted the bullet points giving ratings. I did read the author's how he did it, which was thorough. It was an interesting article. The author did a deep dive. I agree with most of his findings.
I get daily newsletters in my email where they present current events nationally and global. They are AP, Newsweek, and Reuters, which are rated center. I usually read referenced articles from here at this forum, yet check AllSides.com first for media bias. I will also check their landing page to see if they highlight the issue. If they do they have articles from the right, center, and left presented for reading. Here is their landing page where the Fauci Rand Paul clash is featured today (05/12/21), AllSides.
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