I don't really believe anything from the Cato Institute. If that establishment were unbiased, I would tend to read their reports, but they are biased.DonnaThere's usually some bias in any report. It's important to read reports from various sources to obtain a reasonably accurate view on a subject. A bigger problem than bias is dishonest reporting or omission of important data. I read Cato regularly and I am not aware of any incidence where Cato was guilty of either practice - although I'm sure they're not perfect in this regard. On the other hand, the mainstream media seems to be regularly guilty of these practices - most notably the New York Times. Yet I do occasionally read the New York Times and I also occasionally read columns by authors who hold drastically different views from my own. Sometimes, it can be illuminating when one sees the errors of fact, logic or omission.I think you do yourself a disfavor and introduce error and bias into your own views by excluding a highly reputable source such as Cato.dave
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