Objective journalism continues to die a slow death

By Kent R. Kroeger (June 11, 2018)

Former Senate Intelligence Committee aide James Wolfe and New York Times reporter Ali Watkins

There must be a clear social distance separating reporters from their sources

But little is coming from The Times or the news media, in general, about the propriety of journalists being romantically involved with their sources.

Spying on Journalists in Not OK

The other big issue with the Wolfe/Watkins story is the tacit acceptance many have with the idea that the FBI, in pursuing leaks of national security-related information, can covertly collect phone and email data from journalists.

I am a survey and statistical consultant with over 30 -years experience measuring and analyzing public opinion (You can contact me at: kroeger98@yahoo.com)

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