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Debate Score:18
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Which media is the most powerful?? Left wing news print, or right wing talk radio?

Talk Radio

Side Score: 12
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NY Times

Side Score: 6
3 points

Talk radio without question. Right wingers don't read otherwise they wouldn't be right wingers.

Side: Talk Radio
1 point

Media has evolved into two distinct camps both of which unashamedly promote their biased angles of one or other of the ideologies of the left or right political shitheads.

Fake news, false allegations, well engineered innuendos and blatant prejudice is the common denominator of all media outlets including press and broadcasting.

To where or whom does one turn for factual, unbiased reporting?

Ask the milkman or the U.P.S., delivery guy.

Side: Talk Radio

People that have jobs have to drive to work and thus listen to talk radio during their commute to work.

People who don't have jobs are stay at home couch potatoes who watch TV news that tells them that they are entitled to everyone else's money ;)

Side: Talk Radio
AlofRI(3244) Clarified
1 point

A LOT more people had jobs before the last regime. A LOT more people, NOW, are driving up to food lines in their Beemers and Audis and Caddies .... that they are, perhaps, about to lose if they don't get some of that money they're "entitled to".

The government has no money, they have OUR money. They are entrusted to invest OUR money in ways that benefit U.S.! Right now, due to the last regime's incompetence, we need a lot of it BACK! That's the best investment the government can make at the moment! It does the country NO GOOD to have people losing their transportation to work OR their homes, adding to the tent cities ... which cost U.S. a hell of a lot of money in the end! The "remnants" of the last regime are trying to stop, or minimize what they consider THEIR government money! THEY had control of the last batch, which ended up in large part in the hands of THEIR voters because of "restricted oversight"! Time to get it where it is NEEDED .... to the "couch potatoes" that the last regime created!

Side: Talk Radio

The last regime? Dude, "the last regime" did not want to quarantine. They were forced to quarantine. And the quarantine took the jobs away.

However, I do believe that the government has to do something about the wage gap. Otherwise, the people will. And if/when they do..., it's gonna be messy. I got my passport all ready to go ;)

Side: Talk Radio
2 points

It depends on if you know your left from your right .... and realize that the right is more often wrong. ;-)

Side: NY Times
DrChamberlin(33) Disputed
0 points

That is more or less a cultural difference. Depending on if you want to see the world though a set lens that outright disavows what one other side sees as the norm.

Though your opinion that the right is often wrong, would need to be substantiated somehow.

Is it more along the lines that their own opinions are less informed, or that their own information is less reliable?

Side: Talk Radio
MrClementine(83) Disputed
2 points

Though your opinion that the right is often wrong, would need to be substantiated somehow.

How about the Nazis? Does that substantiate it for you?

Side: NY Times
0 points

The left media has dominated this world, spreading erroneous news about Republican politicians. All influential media are appearing to be leaned left in the political spectrum, which is serious.

Side: NY Times
MrClementine(83) Disputed
1 point

The left media has dominated this world, spreading erroneous news about Republican politicians.

Exactly what Hitler said before he began rolling out "less-biased" publications like Der Sturmer.

Your very idea that the media is on the left is false. If you base your conclusions on false information then unsurprisingly your conclusions are also going to be false.

Side: Talk Radio