Wk2DQ2 - and you just can not figure out on some sites what...

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After scanning the sites in the week two Learnscape I do not feel comfortable with the credibility of most of these sites. The Drudge Report (Matt Drudge) for example has his own agenda and it is thought that he can be paid off to promote or bury someone, which in my eyes is not a credible site or person. Than there is Salon.com, colbertnation.com, what is fact or comedy where do the entertainment end and the truth begin? It is nonsense, it is about the truth yet not one person can deliver it. As for the many other sites they are biased in many ways, they do not present facts just opinions,
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Unformatted text preview: and you just can not figure out on some sites what is news or just blogs. I do find the Washington Post to be credible because it is the home town newspaper of national politics, has several Pulitzers that in it self gives plenty of credibility. Also, I found that TheNation.com to be very credible; The Nation has been reporting since the Lincoln Administration and will not be the organ of any party, sect, or body. The Nations founding prospectus in 1865 very difficult to say they are not a credible source....
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course HUM/176 AAGR0QTKV1 taught by Professor Wesleyjessup during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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