PepperPeanut wrote: ↑
Thu Mar 02, 2017 9:47 am
This is a genuine question and I want to remind everyone considering responding that this is in the "Enlightened Discussion" forum, so no trolling or flaming or ass-grabbery.
Where do you get your news? It's not going to come as a shock to anyone here that I have a significant liberal lean, but I get most of my news New Times, Washington Post, BBC, CNN (I know, I know), Politico, and Huffington Post.
Since Trump has recently called out most of these organizations as #FakeNews, which I find to be completely outrageous, I wonder what organizations conservatives read more. Fox News, Breitbart, Washington Times... But what else?
Mostly local news - channel 3, channel 10, Fox 40, and I read the front page of the Sacramento Bee during lunch. I also browse the headlines and stories from all the major networks on my phone now and then.
The trick is being able to remember what's really happening and read between the lines when I want to check something by one of the more Liberal networks.
Headlines by networks like the Huffington Post are grueling. I pretty much never read anything by them. I just looked at my notifications - the top story on Fox News is about the missing girl in Illinois found dead, while the top story on Huffington Post is about Melinia Trump's "failure to embrace even basic functions" of being the first lady.
Where do you get your news?