October 2018, Vol. 245, No. 10

Editor's Notebook

Deciphering Today's Media Bias

Saying President Donald Trump has had some major differences with the mainstream media is an understatement. Recently, the New York Times published an anonymous op-ed piece by a “senior official” in the administration who claims administrative attempts to hold Trump back are very real. “Fake News,” Trump repeatedly cries.  I am neither a defender nor an accuser, but merely pointing out changes that have occurred in the profession. As a former member of the media, I have seen firsthand instances where media members have embellished, exaggerated and sensationalized their stories to make them more enticing, exciting and dramatic at the cost of being less than honest.  I once saw a reporter do

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