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    I found the article here www.delawaretoday.com/ click on the magazine cover and look for the article in question

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    rexrs wrote:
    Read it and weep.
    Out of curiosity, what are we supposed to be weeping at? You can have "un-biased" articles about events. However, with it comes to articles about people or issues, the article needs to be fair and balanced. So, having an article about a pro-gun person, that article also needs to have an anti-gun opinion to present a balanced story.

    If it simply had nothing but glowing praise for a person or issue, then that would be agenda driven.

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    rexrs wrote:
    Your critique of my opinion is based on the premise that any or every article published "needs" to be "fair and balanced."
    Just for the record, that's for your standard news article on a specific topic or person. There are also editorials, blogs or opinion pages which are slanted to the authors point of view. Also, people like Sean Hannitty who are political commentators who are obviously biased and admit to such.

    I get what you're saying though...

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