By Anna Von Reitz
When I was a kid and I would come home from school with some piece of popular psycho-babble my Mother would always rear back and look at me closely and ask, "Where did you hear that?"
If the answer was a teacher or some other unfortunate adult, Mother had a way of going to the source and correcting things on the spot. Otherwise, the answer was always the same: "Consider the source."
That is what we all desperately need to be doing with mainstream media.
I have told this story before, but will tell it again because it is something that you can all do (and easily prove) for yourselves.
Back in the 1980's my husband, I, and a small group of about eight friends did a little experiment. We all agreed to listen to one or another of the popular Nightly News programs--- CBS, ABC, NBC, and BBC at that time.
This involved a piece of paper divided into four columns headed: "Sex", "Death", "Both" and "Other" with an extra column for the "Date" of the show.