Jounalism fate

Posted Thursday, Apr. 11, 2013  comments  Print Reprints

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Journalism fate

In his Sunday column, "Future of newspapers and journalism is brighter than you might think," Bob Ray Sanders may be correct with his thoughts. The new crop of bright-eyed, bushy-tailed journalists, like those before them, will lose their enthusiasm.

Instead of writing the truth and questioning as good journalists, they will be curtailed. Someone will censor the truth and inform the new kids on the block what is allowed. Needless to say, the conglomerates in the government's and Pentagon's embedded pool simply do not allow the truth.

Hopefully, a few will step out and put journalism back into "freedom of the press."

-- Jim Sanderson,

Fort Worth

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