librariansguy72 karma2017-11-03 19:43:48 UTC
Thank you both very much for doing this AMA.
My question has to do with the media as a whole: Politicians are prone to saying one thing when their party is in the hotseat, then saying the opposite when the other party is in nearly the same situation.
Why do the news media let them do this?
Jon Stewart made hay every night for 10 years pointing out the hypocrisy. That other media outlets and programs avoid doing this is part of what has eroded our faith in the news. The morning infotainment shows are some of the worst offenders.
What is an outlet(s) do you trust?
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librariansguy61 karma2013-06-19 16:14:49 UTC
I really hope this one gets answered.
librariansguy30 karma2015-02-17 22:45:14 UTC
If you were given complete control of the Food Network, what kind of changes would you make?
librariansguy8 karma2015-04-23 17:21:11 UTC
How does research go from being discovered at a publicly funded institution to being owned by a private corporation?
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librariansguy1 karma2015-01-06 00:25:11 UTC
I see you're coming to Washington State later this year.....
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