The Men Who Killed Kennedy
Originally posted on The end of elite liberal media empires and rise of citizen journalism:
50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy is November 22, 2013. Yet, in a half-century, we have just a fraction of the truth published.
Any deep coverage of the assassination didn’t come from major newspapers. The best investigations have come from book authors and movie directors. The reputation of newspaper journalists has fallen from its peak in the early 1960s. The botched coverage of the Kennedy Assassination followed by decades of one-sided news stories coming from Democrat talking points has taken it’s toll on newspapers. In the early ’60s, the top 50 cities had two or three competing newspapers. Today, only New York, Boston and Chicago have two newspapers still publishing.
Was it color television that came in the late ’60s, or was it the content and ethical character of the newspapers editors and journalists?
Oliver Stone’s “JFK” presented many pieces of one of the most corrupt…
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