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While today, the public is bombarded with opinions espoused on TV, radio, and the Internet—including social media and blogs—the responsibility of those proffering and promoting positions is no less weighty. But, too often, what is heard or read are biased unbalanced, if not downright false, arguments presented by those who are more interested in a specific outcome of an issue, an organizational or partisan political agenda, even sheer propaganda. Unfortunately, this type of discourse is being passed off as Real Advocacy Journalism™, when it violates the standards and practices of what Real Advocacy Journalism™, is all about. Real Advocacy Journalism™, when practiced as it should be is about presenting objective facts, the path to truth, understanding and knowledge upon which the public can arrive at the best decision and course of action.
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