Finding Good News
C.J. Casper
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How ironic that an article on finding good news is itself another example of fake news. The author is recommended to start again researching stories, how they get funded, who stands to gain or lose from the story and what the incentive is. Yes, the chart is deeply flawed, but what the author CJ fails to see is that the only credible source is one that does not have any financial incentive other than reporting an event, otherwise every word is suspect. So yes . . . news is never news, it is always a reflection of where the money is coming from.

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