Couric’s Mea Culpa: Biased video game violence coverage


Sometime though its parenting that is at fault. Just because the stuff is out there doesn’t mean parents should let their children watch it.
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Recently, Katie Couric tackled the subject of video game violence in one of her Follow Up Friday segments. It was a fairly one-sided report adamant on perpetuating video games as a major factor in violent tragedies like school shootings. Games were subtly scapegoated through the usage of people like Daniel Petric in its ad hominem, and ultimately the report set its sights on public sympathy as a means of conveying its message. Whether you play video games or not, Katie’s attempt to impart to you that video games even indirectly cause school shootings is a serious issue that needs to be addressed. It’s a censorship bar over art and a challenge to our free speech.



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