So what can be inferred from what the poll is meant to be telling the public? That a select portion of the nation, in particular Democrat White female college graduates, have the greatest belief that major news media is honest and accurate. This was before TIME magazine was proven to be using a false image on its cover.
What are the actual laws involved with illegal aliens, their children, and the separation at the southern border? What are the actual efforts being done to address this? Why did major news media actively and knowingly lie to the public? All of this addressed in this episode of NO Soundbites Allowed.
News media need to be held to high standards, especially in election years and political stories.
Examiner.com did the math and accepted that the public doesn’t really care about corruption and abuse of power. So they dropped the articles
“Whether or not the voters of Colorado would vote for Mrs. Williams is a decision only they can make. But that choice should be provided to them and not summarily edited out of contention by major news media purely for political preference reasons.”
After 2000 articles I can say this, live your passion. Even if you lose money, even if its not wildly popular. Because at the end of the day, you will love doing it and 9 years will go by quickly as you do it.
While this is answered from a personal perspective, these are reasons that many in the news media encounter and deal with in trying to provide the public with answers they deserve and politicians are obligated to provide.
How long until news media openly manipulates voters to ensure that political favorites maintain power?
The emphasis on voters connecting to candidates should never be overlooked. It was a chance to evaluate the incumbent and challenger. Joe Average has a chance to learn about the candidates and make a more informed decision on who will hold office. Which we feel is the only way to attain a collection of politicians that can effectively and realistically make changes to the benefit of the populace, from the local to national level.
We hope that these questions and answers provide visitors to our site an impetus to become involved and aware of politics – on the local up to national level. It is the firm belief of Michael Vass – and one of the guiding beliefs of this site – that the more that ALL Americans get involved in politics affecting the public, the closer we get to having elected officials that will best reflect the needs and wants of the nation.