Also: the The people in power may change but the war machine stays the same shirt Furthermore, I will do this US has had an addiction to “yellow journalism” for a long time. We entered the Spanish-American war, partly because the Maine blew up and journalists blamed it on Spain. As a result we annexed The Caribbean, Panama, and The Philippines. I think you mean Puerto Rico and not Panama. Panama was still a part of Colombia at the time and while we did ultimately support their independence so we could build the canal, we never annexed the country. Reddit as a whole. This entire site is based around downvoting something simply because you disagree with it be it political opinion or thoughts on a video game. Im honestly stupified but the CNN vs FOX people. They literally admit in conversation that they prefer one over the other cause it represents their “values”. Who cares if anything is true…. So pretty much “Tell me what I want to hear” I’ve seen friendships ended over idiots like “Biden” and “Trump” Tweets this country has become so brainwashed by these polarizing networks it’s crazy,but I feel the biggest culprit is social media and the fake news memes. I don’t see it getting better either.
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I kind of miss when CNN reported actual news, but Fox really laid down the The people in power may change but the war machine stays the same shirt Furthermore, I will do this roadmap for what a financially successful cable news channel looks like and everyone else has been chasing them to the bottom ever since. This is it exactly. CNN used to be the standard for reporting news. Then Fox came along and started beating everyone in the ratings. I clearly remember when CNN made the transition from news to pretty much alll-day political coverage in an attempt to be more Fox-like and it’s been crappy ever since. I recall they had Ted Turner, the founder of CNN on for some anniversary several years back. They asked him what he thought of the network he founded, so many years later. He made some kind of positive comment about election/political coverage, but you could tell he was struggling to come up with something nice to say, and that the network was not what he had intended it to be at all. I wish there was a CNN2 that was just like the old CNN- boring factual reporting of what’s going on in the world. I’d watch the hell out of that.