2. I like it when the news does this actually. Usually the supporter of whatever side the host/new station is trying to portray is advertised. Whatever loser the network gets to portray the opposite side, still does have an agenda but it's not as loud. Even the liberals on Fox News (the people paid to argue the liberal side) have an agenda. I'm not talking about high profile liberals like Juan Williams who is on the Fox payroll with a multi-million dollar contract. I'm talking about people who argue with Sheppard Smith or Greta during the afternoons. They are all attached to different organizations or are trying to sell crappy paperback books. If you listen closely you can usually hear what groups they support even if the other side is louder and advertising something the network is pushing for. I hope this makes sense. If not I can try to find some examples.
3. I always urge my conservative colleagues in the Republican Party to read some of the sources I read. Like the Verge or Motherjones. Half of them they never heard of because their head is stuck in the sand. Same thing happens when I ask liberals why exactly they hate Fox News with a passion. I never want people to get stuck in one lane.
I actually started an Anti-libertarian/anti-populist/anti-conspiracy website because of the populist movement surrounding third parties and the like. It highlights all the crazy stuff libertarians do. Because after doing research on these people, I noticed there wasn't really anybody out there challenging them or questioning them. More like people ignored them. Which may be just as well, but I like there to be some counter to every political movement. Call me a cynic I guess.