unbiased reporting–an oxymoron!

A detective asks an eye witness to tell what she saw. “Just the facts, Ma’am.” The woman gives a careful accounting of what had just transpired. A man who had been across the street also relates what he had witnessed. However, there are subtle variations in their reports even though both try to recall and repeat what they had seen without… Read More

unbiased history–it doesn’t exist

Think of all we have learned about the founding of our country. Much of what we know, we learned in school. We may have visited historical sites, watched re-enactments of battles, or have done our own extensive research, but have we stopped to ask ourselves, “Who wrote this history down, and what was their purpose in doing so?” These are important questions.… Read More