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How accurate are most things you hear on television?

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2007-02-11 13:07:18
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Most TV reporters and other media personalities have an agenda. They want to change the world and are willing to use their platform to affect change. Given that fact, it's uncommon to find a news report that is very accurate and most are skewed toward the bias of the reporter. Reporting is seldom "fair and balanced".

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