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If you typically get your news from sources in one of the columns below, try switching to sources from the other column for one week:

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Thu, 06/15/2017 - 9:21am

The header is misleading when it says News Sources.
Glenn Beck, Rachel Maddow, Rush Limbaugh, Samantha Bee, Sean Hannity, Tomi Lahren, et al....Are NOT News Broadcasts, they are commentators and opinions. As for new outlets I will generally read both Washington publications, and the New York Times. Additionally I will read Reuters, BBC, and other foreign publications, to try to get a complete sense of a world view.
What I find interesting is I fall into the group that the east coast media dubbed the uneducated. I do not have a Bachelors degree. The previous articles on this bubble topic had people with higher education limiting their readings to a certain slant that suits their tastes.