How ironic that an article on finding good news is itself another example of fake news.
Jeff Witzeman

I think CJ’s point is that, instead of doing your own extensive analysis and vetting of everything you are exposed to (which none of us have time for), you can try to find some sort of balance between blindly trusting the news and distrusting all of it.

The only credible source is one that does not have any financial incentive other than reporting an event…

…does not achieve that balance, because there are no sources of information free of financial incentive, and therefore you’re left with nothing.

Even the sources that you can find free on the internet (which the author already posits as unreliable) have a financial incentive, as their distaste of my ad blocker (which relieves me of seeing their trashy click-bait) can attest.

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