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I don’t listen to Fox or Cnn because I just want news. I don’t want to be told what to believe or have virtue signaling shoved down my throat. I just want info. I’m very interested in what happens here in my home state and I like to keep up with the politics and general NEWS. I hoped to find that here. But after over a year of trying to stomach the grossly obvious bias, I feel the need to communicate this is not what I want as a subscriber. Of course we all have political views and opinions but ... more
So very hard to pay attention with the monotone voice. I keep having to start the episodes over and then get too irritated to finish. Bueller… bueller…
I have listened to their daily briefs. Interesting, but does like to interject words into the stories reported which show their “left leaning” opinions. I want the news reported so that I can decide for myself. This is definitely better than the New York Times. In reporting upcoming events, they are do not include Republican or Conservative speakers.
I find this podcast incredibly helpful when listening to news about Texas because it doesn’t just report the news. Too many news outlets just report on what some public figure said. This podcast puts the statements of these individuals in context which, for me, greatly helps evaluate the validity of what is being said.
In just a few short minutes - it is truly BRIEF! - each day, the podcast keeps me up on Texas news.
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