On Liars

“Do Newspaper Publishers Lie For Their Advertisers? “

“There is a purpose to journalism, and it is not just to entertain. And it is not to pander to political power, big corporations, and rich men. Newspapers have what amounts in the end to a constitutional duty to tell their readers the [whole] truth.”

~ Peter Osborne, chief political commentator, Britain’s Daily Telegraph, resigned this week accusing his newspaper bosses of ‘fraud’.


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