4th rankedAnonymous commented
Remove the "National Enquirer" style news blurbs with the half-truth, mis-leading, and/or incredibly biased "News" clips.
If that's what I wanted to read, there are plenty of sites that do it as well or better than you.
If anyone there is old enough to remember Walter Cronkite, look-up some of his news clips. He told you what happened.. NOT how you should feel about it, NOT only the Liberal News or the Conservative News...just the facts! Tell me a plane crashed in new Jersey, tell me there were X fatalities, tell me what kind of plane it was. Tell me any facts about why it crashed. DON'T use the opportunity to further an agenda like "If AOCs New Green deal were implemented, there would be no more plane crashes (Of course there wouldn't because we'd all be walking), or interviews with folks on the ground saying "It was a terrible thing! I'm so broken up about it I could barely get my makeup on correctly before you turned the cameras on". Do you think the readership is SO stupid or heartless the we don't know that it's tragic and that people are traumatized?
Also PLEASE do a better job of identifying what you call news from paid Sponsor adds. It confuses the issues and does NOTHING to improve your news reputation.
I've put up with it enough over the last 10 years or so and I am changing my home page to something else that more resembles news.
Your Opinion based journalism and stupid "National Inquirer" style blurbs will not fall on these eyes and I hope it will go the way of William Randolph Hurst "Yellow Journalism" of the past. BTW, you probably will have to look up those terms as well, but please do. You'll notice you didn't invent this style, you just have a bigger audience.Anonymous supported this idea ·