Profiting off Mistrust: the Highs and Lows of News Media
Kay Zare

I’ve been thinking about this issue as well. The only solution I could think of is some sort of subscription based ballot report. Citizens could pay a yearly fee to receive reports that contain expert opinions from various interest groups (ex: the republican opinion, the democratic opinion, the libertarian opinion, etc.). In order to establish trust in the reporting and institution, the subscriber member should be allowed to vote for which journalist will write the opinion they most care about. Only education and competition will help US citizens make better decisions at the ballot box.

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