Where Do We Go When Journalism Fails Us?

This election cycle is another reminder that local journalists who know their states tend to be more reliable.

This election should remind us how vital and necessary local journalism is to factual reporting. National media outlets…

All one need do is look at Georgia where its Secretary of State, Brian Kemp, won a closely watched Governor’s race against progressive darling Stacey Abrams. National reporters breathlessly reported stories about Kemp engaging in campaign shenanigans to such an extent that progressives are convinced he stole the race. What is most interesting is Georgia reporters never covered the stories or covered them with such a command of the facts that the national implications were shown to be partisan spin.

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