Double Standards, Defined

I’ve had it with the double standards. I’ve had it with the media bias. No matter who wins on Tuesday, I’ve learned one thing during this election cycle. The American people are no smarter today than they were 4, 8, 12, or even 16 years ago.

For years now, the media has had a field day filling our minds with information they want us to believe. Instead of reporting the news and leaving the facts open to interpretation by the viewers (or readers), many news organizations spend countless hours with their “contributors” advising us on how we should feel, what we should know, and most of all, what we should think.

Has our society become so mindless that we need these “contributors” to explain what’s going on in the world, sometimes for hours on end? Whatever happened to picking up the newspaper and simply reading the news? Whatever happened to the evening news reporting just that? It’s a rare occasion today to get any type of unbiased report from the media, and what about those double standards? What exactly is a “double standard“?

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