Twain has it right (again). When you read/listen to reportage on something you know a little about, and discover how very wrong they consistently get it, it makes you (me!) completely skeptical of their reports on topics I know nothing about. (Lock-step "global warming" reportage is a classic example. cf Horner's Red Hot Lies) It is striking how an intellectual and moral consensus in the media of a "democracy" (arising in the humanist flow) can then become as totalitarian and propaganda-oriented as in any dictatorship. Give me "uninformed" every time.
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