Two issues came to my attention this week. Though they might not seem to have a connection, they do. That connection concerns the First Amendment of the Constitution, public debate and truthfulness of the press. The press, in this case, includes the traditional and nontraditional sources that provide either/or political or conspiratorial news, some to the extreme. Both issues came to me through the National Conference of Editorial Writers.
DAVID ROSMAN: Trust of the press lacking
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