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July 23, 2024

Why Troubling News:

Opinion pieces generally should have some level of decorum in the, even if the author thinks they are delivering a harsh truth. The article is filled with snide asides from an author who clearly has an axe to grind with diversity initiatives;“Diversity” is code for specified hiring and promotion quotas based on race, gender, sexuality and similar factors. In practice, it boils down to discrimination.“Equity” sounds like “equality,” an idea Americans like, but it actually means the exact opposite.Under “equity,” we don’t treat people equally but very explicitly treat them unequally in the name of “fair” outcomes — a term that means whatever the powers-that-be want it to mean at the moment.The author's bias is also betrayed by his disclosure of the people he feels are left out of these initiatives:As for “inclusion,” well, when was the last time you saw a “DEI advocate” demand the inclusion of Republicans, conservatives, Christians or white males?They want to include everyone — except the people they don’t like.The author uses rhetorical questions to deliver vitriolic hammer blows of points; one is given the impression that he would like his readers to be cowed into agreement. Articles like these are usually uninformative and best avoided.

July 23, 2024

Why Troubling News:

Opinion pieces generally should have some level of decorum in the, even if the author thinks they are delivering a harsh truth. The article is filled with snide asides from an author who clearly has an axe to grind with diversity initiatives;“Diversity” is code for specified hiring and promotion quotas based on race, gender, sexuality and similar factors. In practice, it boils down to discrimination.“Equity” sounds like “equality,” an idea Americans like, but it actually means the exact opposite.Under “equity,” we don’t treat people equally but very explicitly treat them unequally in the name of “fair” outcomes — a term that means whatever the powers-that-be want it to mean at the moment.The author's bias is also betrayed by his disclosure of the people he feels are left out of these initiatives:As for “inclusion,” well, when was the last time you saw a “DEI advocate” demand the inclusion of Republicans, conservatives, Christians or white males?They want to include everyone — except the people they don’t like.The author uses rhetorical questions to deliver vitriolic hammer blows of points; one is given the impression that he would like his readers to be cowed into agreement. Articles like these are usually uninformative and best avoided.

July 23, 2024

Why Troubling News:

This article appears to have some anti-Netanyahu bias, as the alternate title was "Netanyahu's Going To See A Lot Of Empty Seats When He Addresses Congress On Wednesday." Additionally throughout the article the authors tone and diction indicate some bias. For example, the author slams the Israeli leader by arguing against "the humanitarian crisis he’s caused there, and how he’s damaged U.S.-Israel relations in the process."

July 23, 2024

Why Troubling News:

This article appears to have some anti-Netanyahu bias, as the alternate title was "Netanyahu's Going To See A Lot Of Empty Seats When He Addresses Congress On Wednesday." Additionally throughout the article the authors tone and diction indicate some bias. For example, the author slams the Israeli leader by arguing against "the humanitarian crisis he’s caused there, and how he’s damaged U.S.-Israel relations in the process."

July 23, 2024

Why Troubling News:

This article appears to have some anti-Netanyahu bias, as the alternate title was "Netanyahu's Going To See A Lot Of Empty Seats When He Addresses Congress On Wednesday." Additionally throughout the article the authors tone and diction indicate some bias. For example, the author slams the Israeli leader by arguing against "the humanitarian crisis he’s caused there, and how he’s damaged U.S.-Israel relations in the process."

July 23, 2024

Why Troubling News:

This article appears to have some anti-Netanyahu bias, as the alternate title was "Netanyahu's Going To See A Lot Of Empty Seats When He Addresses Congress On Wednesday." Additionally throughout the article the authors tone and diction indicate some bias. For example, the author slams the Israeli leader by arguing against "the humanitarian crisis he’s caused there, and how he’s damaged U.S.-Israel relations in the process."

July 23, 2024

Why Troubling News:

This article appears to have some anti-Netanyahu bias, as the alternate title was "Netanyahu's Going To See A Lot Of Empty Seats When He Addresses Congress On Wednesday." Additionally throughout the article the authors tone and diction indicate some bias. For example, the author slams the Israeli leader by arguing against "the humanitarian crisis he’s caused there, and how he’s damaged U.S.-Israel relations in the process."

July 23, 2024

Why Troubling News:

This article appears to have some anti-Netanyahu bias, as the alternate title was "Netanyahu's Going To See A Lot Of Empty Seats When He Addresses Congress On Wednesday." Additionally throughout the article the authors tone and diction indicate some bias. For example, the author slams the Israeli leader by arguing against "the humanitarian crisis he’s caused there, and how he’s damaged U.S.-Israel relations in the process."

July 23, 2024

Why Troubling News:

This article appears to have some anti-Netanyahu bias, as the alternate title was "Netanyahu's Going To See A Lot Of Empty Seats When He Addresses Congress On Wednesday." Additionally throughout the article the authors tone and diction indicate some bias. For example, the author slams the Israeli leader by arguing against "the humanitarian crisis he’s caused there, and how he’s damaged U.S.-Israel relations in the process."

July 23, 2024

Why Troubling News:

This article appears to have some anti-Netanyahu bias, as the alternate title was "Netanyahu's Going To See A Lot Of Empty Seats When He Addresses Congress On Wednesday." Additionally throughout the article the authors tone and diction indicate some bias. For example, the author slams the Israeli leader by arguing against "the humanitarian crisis he’s caused there, and how he’s damaged U.S.-Israel relations in the process."