Yeah, too bad Ed Schultz died. He was a good one.
Im Sad Ed died.. he was a good reporter
I sincerely believe Ed Schultz cared about what he spoke of and advocated. Such a certainty is rare to have in a journalist, especially now.
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I'm sorry, in Russia Journalists who criticize the regime have a habit of getting murdered in unresolved cases
Associated Press, EuroNews, Al JAZEERA, and RT are the best that's why they have the most views and subcribers on YouTube than the mainstream media
BBC is the worst
@iLikeTheGym - I personally feel AP has a strong bias towards the middle class, maybe that's just me. EuroNews is half-decent although a lot of their news is just regurgitating what the other channels are reporting, again it could just be me. It's dangerous but I don't rely on traditional news sources for my information. Rather, I choose to read what the first responders tweeted or said through their social media and then formulate my own opinion. It could be dangerous because a lot of people on social media spew nothing but propaganda so you have to pick and choose very carefully as to who to believe and who to ignore. @AliGodlike - To each their own, bud! I don't personally like traditional news channels but if someone wants something to see. Better BBC than CNN. 🤜🤛
Dude, anybody can add info to Wikipedia, accurate or not.
Then follow the links, if you think something's wrong. Note 5, for example, is to a news article quoting Putin saying:"Certainly the channel is funded by the government, so it cannot help but reflect the Russian government’s official position on the events in our country and in the rest of the world one way or another."
I don't know about the news site, but Wikipedia is not a reliable source of info, thats all im saying.
not reliable =/= invalid
Unreliable source=untrustable info.