Media bias is a growing threat to liberty and you can do something about it this Giving Tuesday, December 1, by supporting honest journalism at the Sentinel.
Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement created in 2012 to encourage people to do good, and the nonprofit Sentinel is only able to ‘do good’ – holding media and government accountable – because of the generous support of our readers.
Here’s a short list of stories we covered that media distorted or kept from you:
KDHE doctored a COVID case chart to justify mask mandates
Gov. Kelly’s September COVID deaths claim is grossly exaggerated
Kansas had 65,400 fewer jobs in October
Olathe teacher seminar loaded with political bias
Kansas labs set cycle thresholds too high, detect non-contagious virus
Top-heavy USD 500 Kansas City shortchanges teachers and students
KDHE won’t talk about Chinese COVID test kits purchased from unregistered company
Kansas Reflector legislative coverage puts media bias on full display
Media covering up government misdeeds is a serious threat to liberty. Our team of investigative reporters is on the job every day, giving you the information you need so you can reach informed opinions and decisions.
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