Why can no one find fault with social media?
January 21, 2016 9:01am CST
In many discussions, the subject usually finds its way back to something some one saw or read on a social media site that just burned their back sides. Issues about politics, Christianity, racism, child rearing generally, some one will say;" I saw or read it on Facebook". The person posting is either your hero, or your worst enemy. But social media works as a vector. It carries all these wonderful pieces of information, some of us hold so dear, and others, eventually learn to read between the lines. I have come to believe, since the dawn of the capability of the hand held cell phone being able to capture video, the American public has spent more time playing judge and jury, most of it through videos on social media sites.
• Temple, Texas
21 Jan 16
I believe you are absolutely correct watch the news everyday, My wife tells me the same thing bout the news, I should stop watching it , if all it does is makes me angry. My wife is a social worker , with a master degree, I think she might be a lot smarter than me in the anger department, She works in a VA hospital.