Media Bias

Change the media one comment at a time

Katie Hinderer | 14 February 2011
The amazing thing is, so many people don’t bother to take the time to write a letter to the editor or to leave a comment. So what happens is that the more outspoken side of the issue is usually more significantly represented because they take the time.
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