The Continental Tribune, LLC informs, engages and inspires readers. Most of CT legacy media is helping divide Connecticut into social, racial and economic classes; these false divisions and fear distracts residents from the much deeper corruption Connecticut is suffering from.
On February 11, 2022, parents rallied behind a Catholic superintendent defending mask choice. Legacy media outlets were present; and an elementary-aged girl was fitted with a lapel mic. One outlet played just a small snippet of her words. I thought to myself, “I wonder how much of that they’ll play.”
For how mask-wearing had emotionally harmed her, just 10 seconds was replayed, on one of the three outlets. News has a lot of editing that goes on, but I found it unbalanced.
Since the 1970s, legacy outlets have gradually ignored, then negatively spun viewpoints that supported individual rights over collectivist ideals.
The Continental Tribune aims to shed light on relevant issues and stories, that legacy outlets tend to gloss over; unfortunately, journalism standards continue to sink to new lows under media behemoths. Add in the centralized, one-party rule and a damaging symbiosis emerges. We can do better. Onward and upward,
Founder, editor in chief