Different views, different news: Two polarizations

Four years ago the national consensus was that the economy had gone to hell, with handbasket potential for further destruction and damage.  In the politer words of Pew Research: "Amid the nation’s financial crisis four years ago, there were virtually no differences in how Republicans, Democrats and independents viewed economic news. About eight-in-ten in eachContinue reading “Different views, different news: Two polarizations”

What if journalism today included the real news?

Noticing the incredible lack of hard news in today's journalism, the great artist Steve Brodner proposes a solution. In his words: The problem with main stream media is that sometimes the news is hard to find.  What if "journalism" were sponsored by journalism? We could then expect some kind of product placement in the show! Continue reading “What if journalism today included the real news?”