The Trump Presidency in Anything but Football Posted February 1, 2017 · Edited February 1, 2017 by AREA 51 6 hours ago, SpongeDad said: It's like watching twin red headed brothers fighting over a Stretch Armstrong aka Uncle Sam. Hellbent political nonsense from both sides with media force feeding you doom and gloom 24/7 is tearing the country apart by making people have to pick a team. America has been way too political for the past 5 years. That, I agree with. It actually it started getting bad when 24 hour news began. With all that airtime to fill, they cover everything. The problem is, not every dam story needs to be a national story. It brings people to bad conclusions. Having CNN, MSNBC, and FOX reporting everything is it makes everything seem like a national issue. Simply put, most news should be kept localized to the area it affects. Local news should report this news and the national media should let it be. Instead reports are picked for their inflammatory subject and reported on the cable news channels, which people automatically extrapolate to the whole nation. Instantly, an isolated or local problem becomes a national issue or crisis. We have 400,000,000. The fact is, things are going to go wrong. Report just the bad stuff and this country looks ugly. People will always fight, argue, disagree, commit crime, hate, and so on. There is no way around that truth. We will all never all agree, but the media, seems intent to divide the nation by emphasizing inflammatory news and making every single thing that happens in this country a national issue. Were the wildfires in Georgia indicative that every state should have wildfires too?