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Why do news organizations sometimes have biases?
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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!
Because of the sun light reflecting off of it. Update: Normally new moons are invisible since the moon is between the Earth and Sun. However during the rare sola…r eclipses the new moon will be visible as a silhouette.
They change their minds because they saw that the structure changed and it grew into a different size and it grew alot more details on them. Thats how scientists sometimes… change their ideas about classifying organisms
Whats A type of reproduction when a new organisms sometimes more than one is produced that has hereditary material identical to the parent organism?
They change their minds because they saw that the structure changed and it grew into a different size and it grew alot more details on them.
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
There ARE actually! Scientists are currently studying them and are observing that they don't follow several of the characteristics of life. They are not bacteria and are dif…ferent from any other kingdom. It is being debated and disscussed and the scientists may decide to establish a new, sixth kingdom.
Biased- prejudice Unbiased- fair or impartial
Convergent Evolution is the reason. :)
To produce new and desired phenotypes
Theories are often replaced as a result of fresh hypothesis or scientific evidence.