At its best, American journalism can correct a nation's course when the ship of state threatens to run aground, as it is now doing. At its worst, all-in-line scribes allow for leaders to lead a nation into shedding liberty and sleepwalking into war.
But it all starts when a community news reporter wonders why an elementary school is getting a new fence when the existing one is only a year old. Any school officials with relatives in the fence business?
Tell me L.A., what do you think needs a little questioning.