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Aeolus451 said:
palou said:

If you have a source, that really shouldn't be too hard to add at the end. If you don't have a source, don't bother publishing.

1. Sources are often arguable if they are legit or accurate. 

2. Elections are time sensitive. Ya only need to freeze a story temporarily to make it not worth anything regardless if it was accurate or not. 

3. They would abuse it. It would do more harm than good.

There's a very easy way to make something unarguably true (stuff you learn in middle school, really...), don't say "this happened", say "source A states that this happened". If you have interpretation to add, "I believe that we can conclude this."


That's a habit all media sources should be taking, regardless.

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