I was reminded last night how much there is right now to listen to and how formative your "source" is. Someone showed me some prophecy literature with a strong KJV only tendency talking about how heretical the NIV2011 is. Whaaaaat?
But it could be that you're doing a web search on sabbath... what perspective are you going to get from the overwhelming number of sites? The Seventh Day Adventist perspective. Why? Because they're the ones most interested in the topic.
Do you listen to Rachel Madow on msnbc or Rush Limbaugh? What email lists are you on? Do you read blogs by Ken Schenck.
What's the solution to the way this feast of information threatens to entrench existing tribalisms? I suppose education in everything--let's all go get doctorates in every field of knowledge. Or, since that won't do, we have to develop a "hermeneutics of suspicion"--question everything and develop massive critical thinking skills. We develop a tentativity about new info, especially in areas where we're not experts.