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“Fake News” and “News Bubbles”–On Selling the Need to Eliminate Freedom of Speech

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila “They were interchangeable tools, and the catchy phrases continued without abatement.” ― Robert A. Caro (who writes about power and power brokers). Of late, headlines seem peppered with two new expressions–“fake news” and “news bubbles”. Say, what? What’s happened … Continue reading

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Letters to The Remnant, 11: Fake News versus Good News

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila In the climate of political correctness and word-smithing that has obfuscated critical thinking and journalism, information-control-mongers have stooped to a new low by labeling everything that threatens the narrative-du-jour, “fake news”. Every time that accusation appears in print … Continue reading

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