True Brew: In the battle of information and interpretation, it’s becoming harder and harder to know who to believe. Is fake news a boy who cried wolf or a wolf cried boy?

The right and left are more than ready to point the finger. A conservative political activist launches a project to expose left wing bias in the media. While President Trump calls out CNN, CNN questions the president’s “alternative facts”. CNN’s Van Jones is caught on video calling Russian election tampering a “big nothing burger”. Is there any way to know who to believe?  No question . . . 11th Hour Brew!

In the espresso segment: Seattle’s minimum wage experiment may be backfiring. A California home daycare will have a trouble getting an actual license, as drug agents raid the house.  Wonder Woman vs. Superman in the wage equality debate. Why this story should really irritate everyone and it has nothing to do with wages.

2 thoughts on “True Brew: In the battle of information and interpretation, it’s becoming harder and harder to know who to believe. Is fake news a boy who cried wolf or a wolf cried boy?

  1. Fox network is owned by Rupert Murdock he is not an American citizen. He has his own agenda and it’s not good for working people of America. Pray that all all deaths in the United States today are all republicans.

    1. That is the sort of comment we abhor. We don’t hate groups on 11th Hour Brew. I find your comment disgusting.

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