Who's Looking Out For You? - Chapter 4: Your Right to Know Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4: Your Right to Know Summary

The media is not your friend if you are a parent. Television and radio are flooded with images and sounds of violence and greed. Many media "role models" are drug users or sexual deviants. Many lead promiscuous lives that no teenager should emulate. Yet, parents are seen as "judgmental" if they speak harshly of them. Selfishness and superficiality is everywhere.

Meanwhile at public schools, teachers are forbidden to teach "morality" because that is oppressive. If parents don't step up to guide their children (and a lot of them don't), then media garbage fills the void. Behavioral problems are becoming more prevalent in younger and younger children. There is a cultural battle for America being waged, and the media is on the wrong side.

Most of the major news outlets have their own editorial styles (foreign...

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