The purpose of this guide is not to tell you who to believe.
As you assess your sources, particularly your news sources, you will have the ultimate responsibility of deciding which sources are useful and credible.
You can make good decisions by analyzing your sources critically. Not critically as in negatively, but as in applying rigorous thought and assessment to them before deciding if, and how, you use them.
This can be a challenging skill for anyone to learn, and the following principles can help guide you:
When reading a source, start by asking yourself the following questions: