The Collapse of Journalism in America
By: Bill O'ReillySeptember 15, 2020
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On this Tuesday, I am thinking about the collapse of journalism in America and how it hurts all of us.
 
The Founders gave the press the freedom to report fact-based truth without government interference, and to publish opinion without threat of libel if responsible methods were used.
 
The Founders did that so the American citizen could understand what was happening in the country.
 
Today, massive corporations run most of the media and there is no longer a search for the truth. The American press has become stridently political and grossly unfair.
 
Stanford journalism professor Ted Glasser admits it saying quote: “Journalists need to be overt and candid advocates for social justice.”
 
And who defines justice? Why, Ted and his liberal pals do.
 
Meanwhile, the folks get left wing ideology rammed down their throats by the networks and urban newspapers. It’s no wonder many of those papers are going bankrupt.
 
But revenge is not sweet - fact-finding is.
 
And that’s a disappearing art.
 
Tonight on the No Spin News, we’ll give you a preview of the presidential debate just two weeks away. See you beginning at six eastern.

 

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