"Fake News" has been a popular phrase, meme and descriptor used by those who see America's mainstream journalists as not only fraudulent, but corrupted. Whether you believe that to be the case or not tends to divide people along political lines, but it does open up a can of worms on whether these claims are, indeed, true.
So in keeping with the spirit of the Narrative Wars' original reason for existence, we'll take a look at these two claims. And full disclaimer - this one gets a little ranty. Perhaps that's keeping in the spirit of political discourse and our freedom of speech as well.
What Does It Look Like When The 'Good Guys' Win?
Interview with Dustin Johnson of "Christ & Capital": How Worldview and Economics Collide
Polarization, Compromise, and Humility
Interview with Desh Amila, creator and director of "Better Left Unsaid"
Skepticism and Virtue:The Dilemma with 'Question Everything' Culture
To Trust "Big Tech"...Or Not To Trust "Big Tech"
Election Day Chaos...Or is it Election Week? Month?
Who Is To Blame For The Pandemic?
Is the President Responsible for My Personal Happiness?
EP8: Why Is the American Church Divided On Marriage?
EP7: Should Sports Teams Change Their Mascots?
EP6: How Do We Determine Who Holds the Title of "GOAT"?
EP5: How Do We Choose Sides When Injustice Strikes?
EP4: Can We Really Have 'Separation of Church and State'?
EP3: A Little Bit of Truth in Every Conspiracy? Or a Conspiracy to Undermine the Truth?
EP2: Is The Earth a Living Thing? Or a Thing With Living Things On It?
EP1: The Narrative Wars - An Invitation
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