As the government tries to hide, delete, or ridicule science information, a number of #Alt social media accounts have cropped up.
The distance between the American electorate and legitimate news sources continues to widen and as it does our democracy suffers.
Saying we don’t trust “the media” is rather like saying we don’t like fast food while standing in line at McDonald’s. The problem isn’t media. It’s us.
You don’t know everything, even though the Internet is good at making us think we do. The path to learning starts when we accept that we don’t know much.
There are things we need to know. There are things we don’t need to know. Discerning between the two is something called selective ignorance. Take a look.
War photography shows us what politicians don’t want us to see: War is hell. A new ad contrasts the propaganda vs. reality. Take a look.