16 Dollar Muffin?

Saturday, October 1, 2011

A 16 dollar muffin breaks out gossip in the media about spending of the Justice Department.


The media is bashing on the Justice Department saying it is an example of bureaucratic largess. The media though did not get the full story.


With the expense of 16 dollars the conference would receive variety of fruit, drinks and a muffin.


The media kept on writing gossip about the Justice Department without getting the full story. There were 178 false stories only 36 tried to set the record straight.


How can we rely on the media being correct these days? It seems that the media is just like a tabloid magazines by creating falsified and gossip stories.


Most of the false stories were out in the media before the Justice Department could explain the expense of the conference breakfast. This can be blamed on the technology advances in the world today because how fast the word can be spread.


Can we trust the media in telling the truth?

Media today will be false on occasion but if you frequently watch the news, the true will be told.

2 comments:

Mariah K. Young October 3, 2011 at 9:03 AM  

It seems that every post this week is on the reliability of media and journalists. Either people are tweeting prematurely, slacking on fact checking, or in this case leaving out some information. I wonder, are just a few journalists causing the stir for everyone or is the lack of credibility all across the board?

Mariah K. Young October 3, 2011 at 9:14 AM  
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