This video is mostly about the split in the Republican party and how Chris Christie is dealing with it, and also about how Twitter has transformed politics. I think Christie has some challenges that he'll have to face; Paul, Cruz, Rubio and Perry seem like they're going for the same precise thing he is; fame in the Republican party. As for Twitter, I think it's great that politicians are using social media outlets to stay connected with people; it lets us be more informed, and it lets them be more tuned into what we want.
This article is about the media outlets catering to people with certain mindsets, ie liberals/conservatives.
The overall article is written well, with logos about what exactly is said on the different channels on TV and talk shows that specifically cater to conservatives. The media outlets are causing political polarization; they want to attract audiences, so they give the people what they want. It's basic supply and demand.
Nobody is being helped by the gerrymandering that's happening in the media; everyone is in their own metaphorical bubbles where they only hear what they want to hear. This makes it hard for people to hear the clear cut truth from accurate sources. If everyone has selective hearing, nothing will get done.
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