News Is Suffering From Groupthink, Say Critics

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    The mainstream news media are arrogant and guilty of groupthink, but their onetime monopoly control of the narrative on the news happily is being eroded by new media, critics of the legacy media say. That was the takeaway from a panel discussion at The Heritage Foundation, “The State of the Press: Whose Interests Does It Serve?”…


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    About Mikael Carlson

    Mikael Carlson is the award-winning political fiction author of The iCandidate and the Michael Bennit Series of political dramas. He has also written the thriller The Eyes of Others. His current series, The Black Swan Saga, are epic dystopian political thrillers that showcase a world of corporate governance dominated by elitists. The first two novels, America, Inc. and America, Inc.: Bounded Rationality are available now. He lives in Danbury, CT.

    Mikael Carlson is the award-winning political fiction author of The iCandidate and the Michael Bennit Series of political dramas. He has also written the thriller The Eyes of Others. His current series, The Black Swan Saga, are epic dystopian political thrillers that showcase a world of corporate governance dominated by elitists. The first two novels, America, Inc. and America, Inc.: Bounded Rationality are available now. He lives in Danbury, CT.

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