The evasiveness of truth within biases ■ By David Porter / Contributed Not too long ago, I wrote about the evasive qualities of truth, and it generated more reader response than any column I’ve put out in the 24 years that I’ve been doing this. Interestingly, one reader thought I was being anti-Trump and another thought I was being pro-Trump, and neither of them were very happy about it. It kind of proves my point about the evasiveness of truth. Two people read the same column and came away with opposite perspectives. That brings me to a new topic within the subject of news literacy. While we talk a lot about
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