Perception’s the thing

One comment on the House voting to condemn the media for running stories on the government’s monitoring of international bank transactions. The high priests of the press are busy defending themselves, as they should, and the central theme is they don’t think the New York Times is unpatriotic for running the story. The problem is it doesn’t matter what any journalist thinks today; the public is already convinced that the press can’t be trusted, and this fits right in the middle of that position. This is why all mainstream media have a much bigger problem than they care to admit and why the people formerly known as the audience are taking matters into their own hands.

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