I see TV news anywhere in
the world as being very biased and so I usually do not watch TV News to
get news on what is going on. In fact these so called news
channels are so biased that a lot of them totally ignore some meaningful
news where the local viewers should be rightfully proud of what is going
on but due to biased reporting is not even reported.
Take for example the
recent breakthrough in Israel with the UAE and Bahrain which was led by
the USA. Rightfully hailed as a major breakthrough by the Trump
administration it was not even covered by CNN. You simply can't
accept CNN as a genuine news channel any longer. Even the old
owner of CNN when asked where he was watching news actually said the
I am also concerned about
pay walls on various news web sites and so don't usually use them for
sources as I am not going to link to material that possibly can't be
read by my visitors. So that is why I don't often link to a
Scotsman article or Telegraph or Times articles.
If you are looking for
pro Brexit and Trump stories then the
site is a good one but it is very biased and their headlines don't even
make sense when you actually read the articles.
I will link to an
occasional story from the
for purely Scottish content.
I see in the New Year the
Spectator will be launching a new news channel and having watched some
of their reporting on YouTube I am hopeful this will become a trusted
source in the future.
Pretty well all Scottish
Newspapers are left wing and support the SNP which means that the
Scottish people are getting biased reporting and so can't be trusted in
getting to the facts.
That said I do enjoy a
read of the Sunday
Post from the DC Thomson stable.
So given my issues with
TV News and newspapers I have started to rely on other sources to get my
news and the sources I now mostly use are:
This is a daily vlog on YouTube which has around 100k subscribers. Most
of his videos are less than 10 minutes and he produces ones most days on
topics to do with Brexit.
CapX brings you the best writing on politics, economics, technology and
ideas. In a world thatís changing faster than ever, CapX is here to
help. They bring you the arguments that matter, from their own writers and
across the web.
These pages are for all who care about Scotlandís future, regardless of
how they vote: for party, independence/union, EU/Brexit.
Established as a virtual think tank in 2006 by Scottish entrepreneur
Robert Kilgour to encourage greater discussion in Scotland about
economic, social and constitutional policies Ė from the perspective of
mainly Scottish Conservative authors.
Thinking allowed: musings on business, the economy and Scottish politics
I particularly trust his financial analysis on the finances of Scotland.
They are very biased against both Brexit and Trump but they can carry
some quality articles on other topics.