Food for thought:
How often do you hear about the transgressions of U.S. journalists? Anything from drunkenness in public; to speeding, trespassing, stealing, fabricating a story, illicit drug use and/or possession, bargaining sex for news tips, inappropriate professional relations with a government official, abuse of official capacity, public lewdness, computer hacking, bribery, perjury, breaking and entering, forgery, eavesdropping, espionage, sexual harassment, possession of child pornography, child abuse, domestic violence, rape, or murder. Isn’t it peculiar that America’s journalists who report the news has so little information about their felonious or misdemeanor activities available to the public, despite the industry’s ENORMOUS size? Not to mention the industry’s incredible snooping capabilities and deceptive history, do you believe it has the kind of integrity fitting for a society as diverse as American culture?
Something else may interest you: Voting technology company goes after Fox News’ neck by filing a “$2.7 billion defamation suit.” And this article “Longtime New Yorker Cartoonist Arrested on Child Porn Charge: Police” too.
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