It’s not unusual for acquaintances to ask me if what they just heard on the news or read online is true. Did such-and-such really happen? Did so-and-so really say what they heard attributed to him on the news? These people aren’t paranoid. Unfortunately, they’re asking legitimate questions. Many journalists, for a while now, haven’t been shy about revealing their biases. So who knows if what my friends just heard on TV or read in a news story is really true?...
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CBS News reporter for 28 years. Fox News analyst for 10 years; Real Sports (HBO) correspondent. Winner of 14 Emmys, and 3 duPonts. Author of 5 New York Times bestsellers, including the #1 hit Bias. More here.Follow Bernie on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Author website: https://bernardgoldberg.com