When the president says that the press is “out of control,” what he likely means is that the press is not under his control and that’s good.
We’re international today with stuff from Germany, China, Iceland, and the EU taking top spots in our 5 Things You Should Know. Then, there’s the fried chicken.
Just as I put “Beware of Dog” signs on my fence, the United States now needs warning signs at all our borders. Makes me want to scream.
Saying we don’t trust “the media” is rather like saying we don’t like fast food while standing in line at McDonald’s. The problem isn’t media. It’s us.
Well-written news articles aren’t what people are reading anymore. Instead, we want our news in 140 characters or less.
The press has never faced the kind of open attack and threats as it is now receiving. An independent and free press is critical to our democracy. We must protect it.
I wasn’t eligible for a Pulitzer prize in photography again this year, and I won’t be next year; with all respect to those who win, I don’t want one.