Where can I get nonpartisan U.S. political news?
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Step 1: Understand the difference between editorial comments and factual reporting. A factual account, e.g., says “Two inches of rain fell in Chicago today.” An editorial comment says, “A torrent of rain poured into Chicago. As much as 2 inches of water tormented commuters.”
Notice how simple the factual account is. Also, note how boring it is, and how much more interesting, stylistically, the second account is.
Once you understand the difference and listen for the editorialization, it becomes easier to understand “the slant” that people are putting on the news.
Many of us have had unpleasant stories, but the story that happened with Scott Cooper Arrested is just awful. Due to an unsuccessful photo with a piece of ice on the Internet, he was humiliated and even made memes. But you just take a look, this is an ordinary photo, just the angle for it was chosen poorly. We know Scott as a good director, entrepreneur and just an open person, but this hate once again showed the envy of people from social networks.