if applying to people, something or some one who has been influenced in a particular way, could be an unfair way. If applying to objects, something that might cause the object… to lean in a particular direction.
Biasing is method to provide proper DC supply to devices like BJT and op-amp and without Biasing the device will not properly work
Take the following examples: MSNBC wants to be an un-bias network - but with political co-anchors like Keith Olbermann and Chris Matthews, their accomplishing exactly the opp…osite. They were removed for obvious bias. After realizing the network could lose credibility, MSNBC decided to fire Keith Olbermann and Chris Matthews from their co-anchor positions with David Gregory and made them commentators instead. The Associated Press creative editing The media is trying REALLY hard to paint Sarah Palin into an evil religious zealot. The AP is willing to break the typically utilized laws of printing the English language to do it. According to the AP, Sarah Palin said this about the troops while at church: "Our national leaders are sending them out on a task that is from God," According to real life, Sarah Palin said this about the troops while at church (with the AP's selective quoting underlined): "Pray for our military men and women who are striving to do what is right. Also, for this country, that our leaders, our national leaders, are sending them out on a task that is from God," The AP quote means "Iraq is a mission from God." The actual quote means "We pray Iraq is a mission from God." The headline is even more misleading. Palin: Iraq war 'a task that is from God' The AP not only doesn't mention the previous sentence, or the first part of the sentence they quote, they also essentially ignore the meaning of the very next sentence as well. "That's what we have to make sure that we're praying for, that there is a plan and that that plan is God's plan." This is a statement of humble reflection from Palin. To translate into terms the media might understand, its "I hope we're doing the right thing." This story is bad enough that the AP really should issue a correction on it, if not a full retraction. There's no story unless you butcher the quote. It's based on half (or a quarter) of a quote, mentally ignoring the previous and following sentences, and even presenting the trimmed quote as the start of a sentence --forcing them to capitalize a word that actually appeared in the middle of the sentence. Really bad. See also http://www.mediaresearch.org/biasbasics/biasbasics1.asp
Biases are when people already have an opinion and a stance on something. For example, if the people in the courtroom believed that the defendant was guilty, there is little t…he defendant could do to prove their case.
Like any foods, organically grown foods can become contaminated with unhealthy organisms, which means they would be bad for you. Unless that happems. organic foods are hea…lthy.
Whats A type of reproduction when a new organisms sometimes more than one is produced that has hereditary material identical to the parent organism?
Type of reproduction when a new organism sometimes more than one is produced that has hereditary material identical to the parent organism?
Nightly news is no different from regular daytime news. Every network that has a news program is usually biased towards one side or the other, some more than others. Let me ma…ke this simple for you. TIER 1- Most Biased- Do not go to for accurate news. These networks thrive on entertainment over journalism, and are held up by the radical viewpoints of their demographics MSNBCMSNBC is the antithesis of Fox News. They are extremely liberal and do not go to any lengths to cover it up by selecting outwardly liberal news anchors. This could easily qualify as the go-to network for left-wing bias. Hosts such as Rachel Maddow and Keith Olbermann are the most notable anchors from this station and are very liberally opinionated. They critique conservatives without any restraint. Fox News, although claiming to be "Fair and Balanced", is anything but. All of their hosts are extremely conservative, and (simply by watching interviews between two people from different political stances), the liberal guest is often interrupted and given loaded questions. The case is pretty much the same with MSNBC, however. Hosts such as Bill O'Reilly, Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity, and others rarely go out of their way to mask up any partisanship in their constant critiquing of liberals.Fox News TIER 2- Slightly biased- Good for news on occasion, although some slant may be noticed.CNNCNN does exhibit a slightly liberal slant on occasion, but for the most part guest speakers are given their due time when they are brought on.As with CNN, slightly liberal lean, but only because they tend to bring on more liberal guests than conservatives.CBS NPR is biased, but only because conservatives just tend to stray from the network. NPR stands for "National Public Radio", which is a taxpayer-funded radio station in which nobody who wants to have a show can be turned away because of political standpoint. Because of conservatives' belief in an extremely small public sector, this is the reason they strayed away from the network. (Bonus!) NPR TIER 3- Unbiased C-SpanUnfortunately, this network goes way under-watched (in my opinion). What makes C-Span great is that a majority of their coverage comes straight from the source (congress, the senate, etc) with minimal interpretation given by their hosts. If you are really into politics and are able to form your own interpretation, the best place to go is right here. You get to hear exactly what the politicians are saying, completely unfiltered. The only downside is that it can be extremely boring, i.e. coverage of the latest Ohio state senate bill regarding an increase in local road spending for county roads x, y, and z, blah blah blah. When the big issues come up (for example, the inevitable Florida legislative review of the Stand Your Ground law as a result of the Trayvon Martin shooting), you'll get full-length viewpoints on the issue from both sides of the political spectrum (Florida Repubs and Dems) with little or no filtering of the details. Hope this helped!
Only in so much as eyewitnesses can be said to be biased. Previously, they were biased against the Resurrection since they did not believe it was possible for a cruc…ified man to rise. This bias was overcome when they witnessed His risen body. The disciples had nothing to gain and everything - including their lives - to lose by recording and preaching their experiences so being biased or prejudiced was not of any benefit to them.
It is paid for by the republican party, and their supporters..
Opinion Consider that it is not at all biased, but that many Christians have been so accustomed to an overt bias towards Christianity in the media that, when the same news med…ia begin to be more even-handed, it simply seems like bias. Opinion The media seems to be led by an oligarchy which is anti-Christian, anti-American, and left-winged. Because of laws, wealth, influence, and political savvy, the left-wing media pretty much has a monopoly on public thought. They work to ensure that those who don't think like them never have a chance at careers within the media. To insure their reign and bias, they are also attempting to get a monopoly over the Web. They want to restrict bloggers too. The media left is going out of the way to destroy any balance and dissent to their views, so that is a big part of why there is such bias. Without any real balance anymore, only those with anti-Christian bias are allowed a voice. If you have another view, they will shout you down, shut you down, take you off the air, attack your funds, or label you as a hate group. The media bias against Christians is only part of a more pervasive agenda which affects all areas of life including orientation and race. The media was never biased towards Christians as biased revisionists allege. The media should treat all religions, ethnic groups, lifestyles, and belief systems equally. For instance, the media usually reports racist crimes more in one direction, despite the other way around being more common. They amplify what racist things they do report way out of proportion. In several notable incidents, members of the media were guilty of creating evidence of racism, religious bigotry, and homophobia that did not exist. Anti-Christian bias is real and all you have to do to see it is go to the Southern Poverty Law Center and look at those labeled as hate groups. Not only do they include real hate groups which commit actual violence and operate as gangs, they also include nearly every Christian, pro-family group. Groups like Westboro Baptist and the Christian Identity Movement belong on there, not Focus on the Family, the Family Research Council, Public Advocate, and so on (which they also include). Opinion I think the answer needs to start with some definitions. First, what is meant by "Christian"? If you include all self-identifying Christians, there is little evidence of media bias. However, if by "Christian" you are referring to "evangelical conservative Protestant Christianity", there is reasonable evidence of bias - FOX News tends to be biased for this subset of Christianity while MSNBC tends to be biased against this subset of Christianity. Second, what is meant by "news media"? Again, there is a wide range of options, from the entire conglomerate of newspapers, magazines, television, radios and cable broadcasts to a specific subgroup. Some of the subgroups tend to be biased towards Christianity while other subgroups tend to be biased against Christianity. As far as why some portions of the news media tends to be biased against evangelical conservative Protestant Christianity, the base reason is their target audience disagrees with the tenets of evangelical conservative Protestant Christianity. Morally, this is equivalent to other portions of the news media tending to be biased against homosexuality, religious tolerance or a particular ethnic group - it distorts the issues and frames current events against a backdrop that makes it difficult for the typical viewer to perceive the subtle shading and bias that is present.
Organs get transplanted due to disease or deformity. So if a person's heart started to fail due to disease, they may be eligible for a new heart if any are available and have …the correct blood type.
Financial advice is sometimes biased because that is the nature of advice. It is one's own perspective and opinion on a particular subject. I hope this helped...
Microorganisms are sometimes referred to as microbes. The three main types of microbes are bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
pressure from media executives sensationalism