What Happened to the News

What Happened to the News

So this year, fake news has become quite a
big issue. In truth it’s been an issue for a few years
– for those of you who have been paying attention anyway. But it seemed to really come out of its shell
this year with the election. Possibly even swaying the results. So let’s talk about it. We’re going to focus on television and internet
news here, because basically anything before that is pre-history and doesn’t matter. When the news first started there were only
the big three, ABC, CBS, and NBC – in 1970 PBS was created and publicly funded. It’s basically the closest thing the US
has to a state-run channel. But back to the big three. They were all basically the same and you could
basically trust any of them. They were pretty… basic. They competed on getting the story the most
correct or the most in-depth. There was no such thing as getting it “first”
since every news show was at the same time. Journalism was an honorable profession and
the men who sat behind the desk were some of the most powerful people in the country
– and strangely, only ever used that power for good. There was one problem though. Congress would allow the fledgling networks
free use of taxpayer owned airwaves in exchange for one public service. That public service would be one hour of airtime
set aside for informational broadcasting, or what we now call the evening news. Congress failed to include in its deal the
one requirement that would changed our national discourse immeasurably for the better. The news was a public service. Nothing is more important to a well-functioning
democracy than a well-informed, well-educated electorate. Which is why we also have public schools. Anyway while television stations were willing
to take a financial loss on their mandatory hour of news each day, they soon realized
that they could sell prime advertising space during that hour. An hour when everyone, young or old, regardless
of what television shows they liked to watch, would be watching. And soon, television news became about the
ratings. The news became flashier and more dramatic. There were still only the four competitors
so they weren’t stepping too far out of the range of acceptability though. And while the news was still basically the
information you needed to know, they occasionally threw in some things you might just WANT to
know. You could still trust the big three to do
their due diligence and get a story right – because they had all day to prepare for
it and would only have once or twice to tell it to you. Everyone was consuming basically the same
apple. People may have preferred to get their news
from Dan Rather or Tom Brokaw, but the two anchors saw themselves as equals, not competitors. And when you saw someone else at work, you
knew they were eating basically the same apple – so you might have different opinions on
things, but you were basing those opinions on the same set of facts. Nobody was thinking “Oh you watch CBS? What’s wrong with you, they spin things
so hard you’re practically brainwashed.” No, CBS was the channel for old people because
it was boring. But really It didn’t matter whether you
got your news from an old guy at a desk in front of a red background or an old guy in
front of a blue background. As long as you weren’t watching PBS, because
PBS didn’t have to compete for advertisers so they were boring as sh-
But that all changed with cable. Now at first, cable news was just CNN – the
appropriately-named Cable News Network. But it really began to change when MSNBC and
Fox News came about in the late 90’s. If you ate your apples before like everyone
else, but you really liked it when you’d occasionally find a sweet one. You were in luck. You didn’t expect it all the time but it
was a nice little surprise. Enter Cable News. All sweet apples, all the time, just how you
like them. None of that boring middle stuff and especially
none of those sour ones. Wait, that guy likes sour apples? What is wrong with him, he’s clearly getting
the wrong news and is clearly a moron. And that’s where we are now. You can choose the news you get. How you get it, who presents it, what spin
they put on it. Right wing news for right wing people; sour
apples for sour people. And since they’re in direct 24-hour competition
with each other, they often make it a point to report on the mistakes of the others. Something that would have been unheard of
when it was just the big three. They take it a step further by telling you
just how bad those sour apples really are for you and how all the sour apple people
are lazy. Hardly anyone watches the boring middle apples
anymore – the Nightly News on the big three. The ones who take the time to pick which stories
are important enough for that half hour a day and make sure they’re accurate. By the time the news comes on at night, you’ve
already heard about it on the 24-hour networks – or the internet – all day. The cable news networks aren’t competing
for your attention by being accurate, they’re competing for it by being first… or by serving
a specific demographic. And this problem has only been amplified by
the internet. There are only a few players when it comes
to television news – but on the internet there are literally thousands. And the bias is real. It starts at the bottom, with the most innocuous
form of bias: simply choosing whether or not to cover a story because it’s not what your
demo wants to hear, and goes all the way up to making out-right lies. With all of these sources out there, and with
all them biased in some way, it can be really hard to figure out what the truth really is. It takes night-before-the-due-date-college-paper
level-research sometimes to figure out what’s really going on; and most people simply don’t
have the time. Most people have one or two sources and their
friends. Sources they’ve picked because they like
them and friends they keep because they agree with them – thus fulfilling your confirmation
bias and creating the Echo Chamber. But let’s stop talking about the doom and
gloom of news – and just focus on the doom. There are four types of fake news. The lowest form is Sensationalism. This is when the news will pick the most eye-catching
headline possible, often putting their own spin on it. The headline is the first – and sadly, most
often the only – thing a person will read. Whether it’s the name of the link you sent
them, the big letters under the news anchor’s face, or the top of a newspaper article. The headline contains most of the power. Let’s take a look at an example. “Obama Passes Sweeping Healthcare Reform;
Helping Millions” “Government Takeover of Healthcare System
Enacted by Obama” These two are about the same event. And the way the news decides to write the
headline will completely change the way most people will think about that event – whether
they read the story or not. Oftentimes the story itself will be full of
spin as well. This is also where clickbait comes in. The headlines that read “You won’t believe
what happens next” or “what he said next will shock you.” Or when they use a barely-related image of
a super model in order to attract more eyes. I mean, not my eyes, because I don’t objectify
women like that but… other people’s eyes. Advertisers do this too, with some sort of
quiz that only 3% of people can pass. You want to see if you’re part of that special
3%. And once you’re taking the color quiz *roll
eyes* you probably don’t notice is loaded with ads. And then you can share the fact that you’re
smarter than 90% of Harvard students on your facebook – so more people can see those
ads. Which brings us to the second form of fake
news – Sponsored Content. Also called Native Advertising or Branded
Content. John Oliver does a fantastic segment about
this that you should check out. But basically it’s when an advertiser has
paid someone to write a news story or make a youtube video about a specific topic – make
sure it looks like every other article or video… but also make sure to mention their
product. Hi I’m Craig, welcome to the salon, did you
know that people used to believe that brass instruments caused hair loss? And that’s the first of many hair myths that
the scientists at Head and Shoulders are helping us clear up in today’s episode, so I can condition
you to stop telling hair lies. -Mental Floss Clip-
“Hail Corporate!” Now this example isn’t necessarily the news,
but it is educational and informational content, so you shouldn’t reasonably expect native
advertising – and most people probably don’t even notice it. But I do. When it happens in the news, it’s usually
in the morning news, when they’re talking about the latest fashion or some grand opening
of a local store. Recently reddit had an awakening when the
guys at Point released a youtube video describing how they were able to buy top positions on
the website for relatively cheap. Not only that but were able to manipulate
the conversation about those topics in order to present them in the best light possible. Since reddit also isn’t a news source, it’s
an online community, most people felt that the conversation was relatively safe. There had been rumors of sponsored content
on the website for years, but no real hard evidence until now. So now you not only have to wonder “why
is they telling me this… are they trying to sell me something?” but you also have
to look at your online communities and think “a suspiciously high amount of people seem
to be supporting this product… I wonder why…” And now to quite possibly the worst form of
fake news – Hoaxes. Straight up lies and made up stories. This is the type of fake news that most people
blame for swaying the election. Someone with an agenda could easily make up
a story and before it could be proven false, it would have a million facebook shares and
already be in people’s heads as real. Vice News recently interviewed Paul Horner,
one of the most prolific fake news writers who even has his own Wikipedia page! I do what people would say is Fake News. I write my stories on my sites and then drop
my stories on different facebook groups, most of the pro-Trump groups, that’s who I target
a lot of the times. And then they just pass it around, thinking
that it’s true. This is confirmation bias at its worst. Something you already kind of think might
be true is shown to you by a shared news story on Facebook. And now, it doesn’t matter if it’s true
or not – in your head it is. To look at a non-election example, CNN was
accused of airing 30 minutes of transsexual porn over Thanksgiving weekend. H3h3 did a pretty good synopsis of this whole
event, but the story went viral and appeared on several news websites including Fox News
and the New York Post. Of course, CNN didn’t air porn, millions
of people would have seen it. Instead, these all of these news stories were
based off of one tweet saying “CNN is straight up porn right now”. The account no longer exists probably because
of how much attention and hate they were getting. But by the time it was proven false, people
on reddit and facebook had already been posting about it for days and it had transformed into
30 minutes of transsexual porn. And now that people think it’s funny there
are plenty of photoshopped images of porn movies with the CNN logos around, all claiming
to be a picture of the actual event. This is the danger of hoaxes and fake news. If you were to go up and ask someone “Hey,
remember that time CNN accidentally aired porn for 30 minutes?” They’d probably say yes… even if they
don’t actually remember it which may be even worse – but check out my Memory Errors
video if you want to know more about that. That wass a pretty innocent example though…
so remember that time Hilary Clinton called all of the Bernie supporters and Millennials
a “Bucket of Losers?” Breaking tonight another big story, in addition
to the Trump tape, and this one involves Hilary Clinton. Wikileaks published what it claims are transcripts
from closed door speeches that Hilary Clinton to Wall Street executives. Megyn, Hilary Clinton and her campaign have
repeatedly refused to release the transcripts of her speeches and political analysts say
these leaked excerpts are likely the reason why. Including where she apparently called Bernie
Sanders supporters a bucket of losers. You shouldn’t… because it didn’t happen. The Wikileaks transcript of the Goldman Sachs
speech doesn’t even exist. Wikileaks didn’t put it out, it was faked. It was faked at the same time that Wikileaks
DID release a bunch of DNC emails – but none of them included a Goldman Sachs script. But since it sounded kind of like something
she did actually say about some Trump supporters being in a “Basket of Deplorables” people
ran with it. Only this time, she was attacking her base
rather than her competition. And this is the kind of fake news story that
helped turn the election. Some troll is patting himself on the back
for getting his fake story on Fox News – ignoring whatever kind of damage he is likely causing. But let’s talk about the non-damaging type
of fake news – Satire. Fake news that’s just meant to be funny. Prime example – the Onion. Horrible example – The Daily Show and John
Oliver – those are not satire. Those are real news stories presented in a
funny way. Calling them satire is just a way to dismiss
them. Satire is rarely damaging. It’s mostly just embarrassing when you see
someone sharing news story on facebook thinking it’s true, without realizing that the source
is actually the Onion. But it can be damaging in a social context. The type of thing that makes sweet-apple people
look at sour-apple people and think they must all be idiots. Here’s another non-news example… I had fun tonight, I had fun too. Is that a gun in your pants or are you just
happy to see me? It’s actually a Glock 19. Are you kidding me? My life has been in danger this entire time? I have a thing called a CHL and this is… This video was shared on facebook several
billion times and it’s a prime example of when satire goes wrong. It starts off with a fairly rational complaint. If you’re on a first date with someone in
broad daylight, and you find out they have a gun stuffed down their pants, you have the
right to be a little concerned, maybe even offended. But that’s where the rationalism ends…
then they blow it up by making her anti-America, anti-flag, and generally an idiot. And by extension, this make anyone who is
for even a little gun control look like a bucket of losers. By the way, I’m not entirely sure why this
political commentary needs to be injected into an ad for coffee… I’m totally serious. Satire is supposed to be funny, perhaps provide some
social commentary. But it’s not supposed to push a political
agenda or make one group of people look down on another group of people. That sort of stuff is harmful, because it
makes any sort of compromise impossible. And you’re probably saying to yourself “ugh,
this guy can’t take a joke.” Yes, I can take a joke, I’m very funny,
okay? The problem with satire is that while you
think it’s just a joke, that commercial gets logged into your memory as just another
time a liberal gun hater was being an idiot. We all do this and you can easily do it with
any social or political issue, even when it’s not satire. Whenever you have a stereotype about an entire
group of people, you’ve probably had very few in-person interactions like that – instead
you saw it on tv or heard it through a friend of a friend, and all of those are counted
as memories that happened TO YOU. Anyway, back on topic. So who is to blame for all of this fake news,
sensationalism, and bias? Advertisers? Special interests? The news? Or us? Special Interests and Advertisers obviously
have sinister goals – either selling a product or pushing an agenda. The news is playing along with those goals
because they need to make money. Because if they weren’t flashy and sensational,
we wouldn’t watch. Is it our fault for liking our apples the
way we like them, so we seek out only those apples? Or is it the news’ fault for providing us
with the apples we want, rather than the apples we need? The blame is probably spread around, but the
central conduit is the news. If we can’t trust the news to give us the
stories we need to know, without sensationalizing them or reporting completely false stories,
then we have no good source of information. Journalism used to be a public service, a
noble profession, and a necessary part of our democracy. And over the last few years we have seen that
slowly break down. People still want to trust the news – but
the news is becoming increasingly untrustworthy. So the next time you hear a story about something
that sounds a little too ridiculous to be true… go to Snopes okay? Just go to Snopes. Don’t share it… please. Because now, you know better. If you enjoyed that video or you learned something
make sure to give that like button a click. If you’d like to see more from me, I put out
new videos every weekend, so make sure to falsely share that subscribe button. I’m almost to 500 subscribers so be on the
lookout for some bloopers soon. But in the meantime if you’d like to see one
of my older videos, how about this one?


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    Jason Street

    No but Hillary did call Sanders supporters uninformed basement dwellers and thats where she got her shit handed to her and lost the Bernie voters, thereby losing the election.. because fuck her!

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    Tony salas

    Wow I used to like this channel..it's very clear you are a Nazi left wing punk though…
    P.s the "coffee" ad you made false claim on is a veteran ran comedy group …………….

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    Evan Friend

    Oh cmon. Mat Best is hilarious. The anti-gun girl was clearly absurd and over the top, and not meant to be taken seriously.

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    Dan R

    It's all messed up and it will never get better. The good old days the news was mostly neutral. Walter, and Tom etc didn't give his opinion.

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    Matthew Zobian

    Keep up the great work, bud. Your videos are refreshingly unbiased and factual, which is sadly rare nowadays.

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    Guardsman Miku

    I'd argue a video about guns thats extremely clearly a joke is better than john oliver picking and choosing facts and information in order to present a one sided argument and ridicule whichever side he wants

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    You show Trump supporters spreading a lie, a bad thing a democrat reportedly said being a lie, and then an example of poor right-wing satire. Why is every single example pro-left? Would that be your bias?

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    "Satire is supposed to be funny and perhaps provide a little bit of social commentary. It's not supposed to make 1 group of people look down on another group of people. That sort of stuff is harmful because it makes any sort of compromise impossible."

    But that's what The Daily Show and John Oliver do. They constantly not only say that everything right-wing is wrong, but that the right are stupid, evil, dangerous, bigoted people who push the positions they do really as a way to intentionally harm others. They downright dehumanize them. This is how all the liberal comedies are. They are very vitriolic. So how can you not have a problem with them and not call them out when they are by far the biggest example of the behavior you say is harmful? Why do you choose to call out 1 right-wing example far fewer people saw over them?

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    Kabuki Kitsune

    Snopes used to be a good place to check if something was real or not, then they got SERIOUSLY politically biased.

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    James Ratliff

    I watch a lot of youtube since having a back injury. One interesting story I saw talked about this and I began to research and found that Ted Turner launched CNN when he realized news was something people would watch more than 30 minutes a day. When Rupert Murdoch saw this he began plans for Fox News. Before that you are right, we had NBC, CBS, and ABC but I saw a couple of other stories where the networks were struggling and eventually sold to conglomerates and this is where the story gets even weirder. Apparently one of the people interested in buying NBC was Bill Cosby who gathered a group of investors. We've had a problem with lobbyist in Washington for as long as I can remember but when the news became politicized it began this trend of "fake" news of which both sides have benefited so just because one is on a soapbox accusing the other of using it, you folks do realize they are subjugating you to control you easier and both parties aren't really that different in who's running them and what they accomplish while they're in charge. It's propaganda and we fell for it but here you say they gave us what we wanted to see and I would argue that the attitudes of America changed due to what they watched from these channels. I saw a video you can watch on here where Rodney Dangerfield in 81' did a routine for President Reagan who was sitting next to Tip O'neill. They can't even get Trump to show up for the Associated Press Dinner/Roast lol. Great video though and you make a lot of great points.

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    To bad when you show someone they are wrong by linking a snopes article, they just say its a biased sited and shouldn't be trusted.

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    I get an headache just watching the news excerpts shown here – so quick, flashy, high energy. I guess I'm one of the 'boring news watchers'. Or, you now, no direct news at all – media diet. With yummy media salad, meaning browsing your RSS aggregator once a day.

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    Zachary Tuttle

    A little gun control? Could you explain this, you won’t loose me as a subscriber because your very good but what is the difference in little gun control and gun control

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    Bret .Maverick

    I don't generally have a problem with news reporting. The bigger problem is news commentators who are blatantly giving their opinion.

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    Ally kat

    I mean there are still honest, hard-working journalists. Also Satirist like John Oliver aren't Journalists their job isn't to tell the truth it's to be funny and maybe provide a little social commentary.

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    noah Jensen

    Your time-frame is all off. The mainstream media has been useless since at least the 60s. Of course they were mostly in print but they have a LONG history of not doing their job.

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    We have state-owned news here in Sweden (there are also some others, but no other mayor when it comes to TV outside of the former state-owned TV4, that almost always has the exact same news) and it works great!

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    DON'T GO TO SNOPES! Seriously, they are as biased as you can get. They fact check literal jokes and say they are false. Even though it was a joke, meant to be obviously false. Snopes is extremely biased and NOT TRUSTWORTHY.

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    6lue Already Dead

    13:00 I didn't at all think they were trying to say all people for gun control or morons are anti-American but there are literally thousands of people out there that I could think just like that and really are stupid so they were probably just making fun of that small group of people that most people that are for gun rights have run into multiple times because those people that are really that stupid can't help but make themselves known just like the people that are super racist are super pro Trump for no good reason not saying that you should be for or against him I don't care about that in this comment my point is I kind of think you misunderstood that whole video but maybe he didn't cuz I didn't make it so I can't say but I definitely see where he's coming from though then fully understand why he said what he did

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    Ryan L

    You're surprised that a company called "Black Rifle Coffee Company" made a video ridiculing an overexaggerated pro gun control person? Good lord…

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    Dr. Harry Douglas

    Good video, but I didn't like the advice at the end…"Go to snopes(.com)….Go to snopes." Snopes.com is just as susceptible to bias as anyone on matters of interpretation and opinion. There is no single source upon whom we can rely.

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    You are right on target with this video, but the problem has become unfixable (yes, I know that's not a real word). I have a good friend that constantly forwards fake internet hoaxes as if they were actual fact, and I have told her on several occasions to first go to Snopes to verify the veracity of the story. She says: "How do you know Snopes isn't biased or compromised?" because Snopes doesn't agree with the stories that support her confirmation bias.

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    14:41 “Next time you hear a story that’s a little too ridiculous to be true, don’t share it until you go to Snopes for a totally unbiased and objective take on whether the story is true. They never lie, exaggerate, or downplay anything for ideological purposes and are 100% trustworthy – they say so themselves!”

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    The "Coffee ad" is just the YouTuber advertising his own product, he does this in all his skits. Still a very exaggerated video though

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    Souless Deeds

    I haven't watched TV in over 10 years. And the media is a big part of that. Its become nothing more than agenda pandering and race baiting. It's pretty sad when you have to go to foreign media outlets like the BBC and even then I have to cross check a couple of other outlets before I begin to think it might be the truth. But as for the US media? I have absolutely zero faith in them. Nothing they say is taken at face value and its sickening to see this happen when I have seen the Dan Rather days and once knew that if he said it was true then it was most likely the truth as far as he knew it to be anyways lol. Yeah there is zero reason to watch TV anymore. Its just a non stop flood of biased media. Agenda pandering. And shows that are too scared of offending anyone that they are bland as fuck. No one pushes the boundaries of whats confortable anymore. Everyone is too safe and too focused on shoveling what ever topic is getting the most attention down peoples throats instead of actually trying to entertain you like they used to.

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    Georgi Babayan

    Getting offended over someone that you meet legally carrying is like getting offended as they put the seat belt on when they get into your car. I mean come on how dare you imply I am not a good driver!

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    Scott Trujillo

    I'm glad your channel has grown so much. I hope you have too.
    That Black Rifle Coffee Commercial was satire. And people who are funny don't have to defend themselves and say how funny they are when a joke offends them. I hope you can look back on that and see the humor. No one's head has ever exploded from being offended. You missed the mark on that one.

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    circa now

    And the gun commercial isn’t logged in anyone’s memory. Nobody watches tv bro this video is ridiculous. And go to Snopes you said my god man I actually thought until this video you were playing the middle, unsubscribe.

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    acquired immunity

    Ironic that you clearly has a bias with this video as you only shared fake news from right wing sources when it’s fairly equal between both sides.

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    John - B

    Just a quick fact check: ABC evening news – 8.3 million viewers, NBC evening news – 8.2 million viewers, Fox prime time – 2.5 million viewers, MSNBC – 1.5 million viewers, and CNN prime time – 1.5 million viewers. A few people still watch the network news.

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    Xah Lee

    go to snopes?? am sure you are aware snopes is mired in controversy since early 2000s, and today it is widely know they are biased towards US Democratic Party. I enjoyed this vid, but this 'go to snopes' at the end, and your other vid suggesting Jordan Peterson is pro Nz, i start to really question your vids. from now on am watching it with high alert.

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    Why would you be concerned or offended that someone is taking their own personal safety into their hands instead of relying on a understaffed and often apathetic police force?

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    Mark Edward Dezonia

    Fake news is so bad, but that is why its so funny! The news was better before cable. Now I do not even watch the news because it is not like how it was, unbiased.

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    Loraine A

    This should be required viewing for all people!
    This is such a clear and comprehensive summary of how we currently get our news, and the dangers of believing everything we read. Unfortunately, “critical thinking” is not required curriculum in schools (at least, not where I live), so information like this is becoming more important every day.
    PS I hate that Trump is constantly yelling about “fake news” every time he opens his mouth…his definition seems to be anything that doesn’t portray him as The Best President of All Time.

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    So where do I find middle apples?
    I used to be subbed to the economist because it was accused of having both right and left wing biased so I figured it would be moderate.

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    What about stereotypes that DO come from experience?
    eg, social outcast kids grows up with and spends there formative years around idiot classmates who like popular music, grows to think everyone who likes popular music is an idiot.

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    Eric Taylor

    12:00 Of course, if you are on a blind date when a crazed gunman enters and starts shooting random people, you will be very happy to find out your date has a concealed permit.

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    At around 13:00 to 14:00 you're basically arguing that hyperbole can't be funny because it's uniformly "damaging"….what?! Lol, that's nuts, only weirdos take this stuff super seriously

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    Mr. Numi Who

    What happened to the news (before I view the video): Capitalism driven by greed (rather than need), where all journalistic integrity was abandoned (similar to my wife's: "I have no use for the truth") in favor of sensationalism (which probably goes goes back centuries if not millennia). Then there is journalism's current mantra: 'present a fresh view on a topic', where, instead of the important aspects of the topic, you get trivia presented as important. Then there is the irresistible temptation to 'sway' people (read 'brainwash'), and, since humans are still universally clueless, they direct their 'sway' toward trivial topics (not having a clue as to what else to address). So rather than merely presenting news, their egos get the better of them, and, in self-importance (quote from a newscaster: "We are the elite!"), they try to 'sway' people (from clueless positions over trivial issues).

    Edit: I developed a scoring system for you to evaluate a media outlet for bias (subliminal brainwashing) which I presented in my column: Scoring Subliminal Brainwashing by the Media

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    Irina Phoenix

    Why don’t people put links to the cards they use in their description? I don’t wanna click away in the middle of the video, but now I can’t access the link.

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    bobo brazil

    bull there's always been govn lies and yellow journalism….William Randolph Hurst was one of the worst….things today are more out of control….the media ignores major news stories like the fact that there;s proof that the 3 WTC buildings were blown up on purpose and MLK was NOT killed by James Earl Ray (Memphis Trial 1999)….which they totally ignored DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH…

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    wudup fammm

    this channel isn't big yet but i got a feeling it will be at some point… bcuz it's one of the fewer actually useful ones and there's a saturation point to all the gaming and meme things.

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    Poppy Vestal

    Mr. Knowing Better, I'm sorry but, you are not a political moderate. You are a liberal. I've seen enough of your videos to know the difference. It's nothing wrong with being a liberal but, please stop calling yourself a moderate.

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    Albert Baker

    News isn't news anymore ever since the 80s when Ronald Reagan removed the 'truth' of it. Now its click bait, with pandering articles depending if you're a republican or democrat (MSNBC/ FOX), and it builds confusion to the point to watch the news you have to have google open on the side so you can see if its real news or not.

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    3 Itty Bitty Piggies Story Time

    Cult News Network is wholly owned by the Global Marxist Corporatocracy. So what else would we expect? It would be super cool if you would do this same exact type of truth analyses and documentation on Feminism which is Marxist (entitlement, supremacy, abuse…) and really has Nothing to with with equality and fighting against abuse (which we all love), at all, other than pretense. It is just one more great front presented by the Global Marxist Corporatocracy's bought an paid for media, "education" and politicians chanting "Obey and Don't question Us!".

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