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pr Wrote: I sorta put The Economist in the same category of WSJ!
I'd beg to differ, although I'm not terribly opposed to the WSJ journalist staff.
It's important to understand the difference between the news and editorial room. I have online subscriptions to all major papers and that includes the Wall Street Journal. I vehemently disagree with many of their editorials, but their news section is as solid as the New York Times and Washington Post.
While I may disagree with their editorials, I still read them because I believe it's important to understand what the other side of the aisle is thinking. Just because someone writes something you disagree with doesn't mean they are terrible people.
With regards to the Economist, I will simply suggest that you are woefully misinformed. I've had a print subscription to the Economist for years now and have zero issue with their reporting. It's one of the few magazines that reports on issues going on not just in the States, but throughout the world.
We have to get out of this "I'm only going to read and watch things that reinforce everything I believe" mindset. I enjoy reading things from smart people I disagree with because it forces me to fine tune my arguments.
I'll give you that the Economist isn't a left wing propaganda machine, but that doesn't mean it's the same as The Blaze.