b) an ideologue or politically connected person who refuses to acknowledge there is another side to the story;
c) a plant from government or international agency such as IMF, bank, financial firm or other corporation whose aim to gain some tangible benefit?
d) under-informed, misinformed, or simply lacking the depth to be able to tackle complex issues. This is not about all of the stories in the last several weeks regarding Greece getting out the euro. We live in a world where it is difficult to determine what is news, what is an "infomercial", what is political propaganda, and above all, what has substance and some modicum of depth even if it fits in all of the aforementioned categories.
Perhaps this is a reflection of our civilization, this is where we have evolved and simply because we possess the technical means in the communications sector we assume our age is making progress, that it is more advanced than at any time before before we have cell phones and laptops. Not that journalism was intended to offer in-depth, insgightful, objective analysis of issues regarding society and to be above politics and ideology, but what we have today is really unworthy of the title for the most part.