“They co-opt the credibility that local anchors have built up in their communities over years and decades and use that credibility to promote a political agenda.”
By this point most people in the USA know about the Sinclair Broadcasting manifesto to force all its local affiliates, partnerships, holdings etc. to not
Expecting to enjoy a pleasant Easter Sunday meal with family later in the day, I was served a gut-wrenching, distasteful appetizer of things to come
I take no pleasure in bashing Facebook. Personally, never had any use for it; always considered it a giant frat party. But saw its value
Facebook has been in the news a great deal this week, so much so that I found myself writing blogs two days in a row.
Facebook is something to be scared of (paraphrasing the “Those men are something to be scared of” scene from a really great little movie called