Getting rid of blatant propaganda outlets, like the "National Interest"
For the longest time, Yahoo has carried articles from the "National Interest" on its front page. It is not hidden that the National Interest is a pro-military, pro guns, pro Israel, highly right wing publication.
While it is perfectly okay to carry random representing all sides, Yahoo has made a religion of carrying a "national Interest" article on a daily basis, which now sounds like quite a bit more than a "random" or even fair selection. Take a look at this article below. It basically outlines how should Israel start a nuclear war:
The point of my objection is: After all the gun violence, wars, bombings, destruction going all around us, What is the value of such article other than glamorizes and entices nuclear war? Who wants this? Nobody I know, and it is unimaginable that someone has the mindset and the time to write such article.
I certainly think the national interest needs to "go" back to the lower level publication tier it really us, it belongs down with "soldier of fortune" and similar gun-nut publications. Your carrying of such publications does nothing but tarnish your name.
Raymond Schreffler commented
Actually National Interest is owned by a Russian.
Richard Bard commented
It is actually more like they carry 5 or 6 or 7 per day now, and almost all of them use horrible titles in hopes that all parties continue to increase hatred for others, the national interest is hoping a few more wars start really soon, it is their daily thing to state country a wants to go to war with country b and country c wants to go to war with country d, and it is every single day they do it
Zenobia Queen of Syria commented
Oh please, Yahoo is so biased to the left it's ridiculous. So here they make an effort to show something with a different angle and you're whining? Why don't you just hang out on Huffpo if you want nothing but an echo chamber?