Thursday, September 13, 2007

If you can't trust them, do you really need them?

Cleveland Equanimous Philosopher: A Perfect Example of How the PD Slants the "News" I left this as a comment over on Roger's blog and liked it so well that I think I'll take ownership of it over here as well. It's about the PLAIN DEALER:

Roger, keep pointing out the discrepancies between what is written in the PD and what the facts are. They play too fast and loose with the truth.


Theirs is more an artistically licensed impressionism than it is journalism.


It really reduces their value when we out here realize we have to have fact-checkers and content-analyzers, interpreters like you, to read something as simple as our daily newspaper. If you can't trust them, do you really need them?

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