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It’s time to kill the myth of unbiased journalism

We’re in the midst of a revolution. Not a ‘political revolution’ involving deportation, misogyny, or a White House that could one day feature 24 karat commodes and Trump branding, but a revolution that allows me — a member of the media — a jab at Trump in a piece that isn’t at all about him. It’s a changing of the guard that no longer attempts to hide bias, but instead embraces it.
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