Commentary: Kurt Andersen on the need for facts

“Alternative facts,” “fake news,” bogus medical claims, conspiracies and “truthiness” – examples of an aversion to facts and science that some Americans cling to, and which dogs our political and social discourse today. Author and radio host Kurt Andersen (“Fantasyland”) talks about why it’s important to remember Senator Daniel Moynihan’s famous quote, “You’re entitled to your own opinions, but not your own facts.”

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