Do I detect a hint of bias?

From The Pasadena/San Gabriel Valley Journal (emphasis added):

This week, SB 61, SB 172, and SB 376 all authored by Senator Anthony J. Portantino (D–La Cañada Flintridge) passed the California State Senate. The three bills further establish Portantino’s leadership as one of California’s strongest sensible gun control advocates. His efforts over the past decade have significantly improved California’s gun control efforts and have enhance public safety in neighborhoods and main streets across our state.

Nothing indicates its an opinion piece. It’s categorized as a news brief. No data is given or suggested that would support the claims.

And some people wonder why traditional media is going bankrupt. I don’t. And I don’t have any sympathy for them. They brought it on themselves.


5 thoughts on “Do I detect a hint of bias?

  1. Limit of one gun purchase permit application per month. Not purchase, application.

    Lock up guns to meet regulatory requirements. Because suicidal intent apparently prevents gun owners from undoing a trigger lock or opening a gun safe.

    Don’t sell your guns or be punished. No, really, you can’t sell your guns, you peasants. Nor can you sell your deceased parent’s guns, peasants.

    If this is common sense, I’ll stay cray cray.

  2. It’s not media, under the 1A, it’s the : “propaganda wing of the communist party”
    The only question I have is, are they one of Stalin’s “true believers”. Or one of Stalin’s “useful idiots”. they seem so interchangeable these days!

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