Filed under: Politics, Economy, Media Bias, Africa, Developing Nations, National Security, The United States | Tags: The Profession of Journalism, A Few Questions About Benghazi, Trey Gowdy Silences the Press
Apparently American Journalism schools allow their students to graduate without ever learning the true function of the American journalism establishment in a free society.
They think they are there —not to inform the American people and to be vigilant watchdogs of the government— but they blithely have wispy ideas about making this a better world. Not their job. A statement long overdue.