There are Two Ways …

There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.”
– S. Kieregaard

The above thought came to mind one day while listening to the evening news. I don’t have a problem accepting the ‘facts’ that are presented by the various news channels during their news presentations. Although presented different, the contents, or ‘facts’, were basically the same, which can be taken for some sense of reliability. However, what piqued my interest was listening to the various opinions that many of the news anchors added to their feature story of the day. Does this mean that the news presented earlier wasn’t complete, or a bias of the real truth?

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