Original views on life in rural America
October 29, 2020
A common conversation at our house focuses on the difference between fact and opinion. I’m positive Scott knows the first words I’ll say when we discuss news or politics: Have you fact-checked it?
Recently, during discussions with friends and other families, I’ve noticed similar trends. I know, I say fact check a lot.
At a time when so many options exist for your news listening or reading habit, and considering how the fast-paced nature of news bombards consumers, fact versus opinion findings are understandable. Yet, as a news publisher, the findings are concerning.
A Pew Research...