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The idea of government providing tax incentives to help support the news media was raised recently in The Atlantic. It’s not a far fetched idea. Government has subsidized a number of businesses to encourage their growth and if they …
The Atlantic has a great article about why people who love news are so glum about the world. It has to do with what researchers call “the availability bias”. Basically, bad news gets covered by journalists much more than so …