"All the News That's
Fit to Print"
The, then owner of the New York
Times, Adolph Simon Ochs, first used the slogan, "All the News
That's Fit to Print," October 25, 1896.
Where are others like Adolph, when we so desperately need men of
principle in today's world of what passes for journalism?
Fake news is bad enough. We see it, every day, and it is
But sometimes, it's the
news you don't read that masks what's really going on in the world.
That would include news stories about lives saved by ordinary
citizens. You won't find those stories in today's headlines.
They've been kept out of print and off the airwaves, because they
detract from the liberal point of view that guns and citizens with
guns are bad.
Please take a few
minutes to read Rob Morse's article (following). And, ask
yourself when, or if, you heard about these life saving actions
taken by folks just like you.
you're at it, ask yourself if you ever saw a reporting on the
actions taken by School Resource Officer, Blaine Gaskill. I'll
leave it to you to do the research on Gaskill. God knows
today's media has done it's best to keep it and other stories like
it out of the light of day.