The News Media is different though. I read Slate pretty religiously just for the rubbernecking. It's hard not to read how they distort the actual events, especially on topics where I consider myself adequately knowledgeable. And where Slate is concerned I kinda get it - they are writing opinion not 'news' and don't claim to be (or if they do, they don't claim it credibly.)
But people like the New York Times and Washington Fishrap aren't doing their jobs. They've become blatant open propagandists. One could argue they always were, but I can't believe they aren't being a little more shameless about it. And from now on, I'm not giving them any of my clicks.
I'm not gonna tell you guys what to do, especially those of you who need that news to do your jobs. But if you can manage it, I'd strongly suggest you stay away from them when you can. If they can listen to the Presidential News Conference that I just did, and not see the division and reform their view just a little, then we owe it to them to stay away, in order to let them know how they're letting us all down.