Interesting take on media, voting and the idea of an “informed electorate” from Will Rinehart at Cato Unbound.

There was a time when newspapers wore their partisan affiliations on their sleeves. If you look around a bit, you’ll still find newspapers with “Democrat” and “Republican” in their names — in fact, my Garrison Center mailing list includes 32 of the former and eight of the latter. “Objective journalism” is a fairly recent invention, and pretty much a fake one.

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