In today's world, politics are just about everything whether it involves the economy or your personal wage at work. In today's Tribune Review, August 25, 2009, page A6 is dedicated to the president and some of the negative effects of socialism. So, now why is there a whole page dedicated to this one political topic, but, yet, there is only a small picture with a caption on the front page dedicated to the fallen Twin Towers.
Furthermore, directly below the fallen Twin Tower picture and memorial is an article about Gadhafi and his approaching date to enter the United States. It seems quite controversial to publish a memorial picture about the fallen Twin Towers, but then publish an article, that is continued in another section, about a victim that was involved in a plane incident. It seems to be quite opposite topics, but very close to what has only occurred a few years ago.
Should we ask a reader just why the Newspaper has published two articles that involve very emotional and subjective material? It makes me wonder...
According to TDS (Travel Document Systems), Gadhafi's government from Libya is said to be somewhat socialist.
It seems that these three pieces of text/pictures from the newspaper make a reader question the paper's beliefs and support. Or is it merely a method of telling the news whether it is similar or not.
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