One newspaper worth saving
Nearly all newspapers abundantly deserve
their present dying condition.
One exception: My old hometown paper, the Enid News & Eagle. (There are undoubtedly several other exceptions among smaller
papers, but none among the major
and well-known rags.)
Last week a News&Eagle reporter ACTUALLY REPORTED a story instead of accepting the standard Communist or Wall Street nonsense. That is to say, she called some actual people who knew something about the subject, listened to what they said, comprehended what they said, and put the result together into a readable article.
Actual reporting is remarkable enough nowadays, but to write and print a newspaper article that tells the plain truth about the Global Warming hoax is nearly unique. Here's the article.
I was especially heartened to find Gary England among the quoted authorities, showing a firm understanding of science and logic. Polistra has saluted
England before ... he's a genuine hero among weathermen, spending his life educating citizens and governments about tornado safety. Hundreds of lives have been saved because Gary England showed cities and broadcasters how to give quick warnings and correct information. So I probably shouldn't have been surprised to find him on the side of truth; he's an Okie, after all, and Okies don't fool quite as easily as Yankees.