EDITORIAL: Editing the junk out of journalism

Opinion The Washington Times

Journalism isn't the most admired profession, and its practitioners certainly wouldn't win a popularity contest. But in the category of inquisitiveness, they're off the charts. News hounds are dogged in their pursuit of truth, and for that they deserve kudos. Where journalists go off the rails is with their tendency ... …

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