The Daily Press is launching a new feature in which two Hampton Roads residents will address local, state and regional issues - and the occasional national issue from a local twist - from a conservative perspective.
Check back here for their columns, which will run each Wednesday on an alternating basis. -- The Daily Press
I am reminded of criticism by a favorite economics professor, Dr. John Kuhlman, regarding the Journalism School at Mizzou. "There was a time," he would complain, "when expertise in your field and writing ability made you publishable. Now it takes a gift of gab, casual observations, and a four year English course." Well, Doc, apparently that great educational philosopher Meat Loaf's "Two Out of Three Ain't Bad" is the adjusted accomplishment curve; or maybe Kaplan opened a new Ann Landers School of Journalism offering a borrowed ECPI curriculum: "zero to bachelor's in 2.5 years."
It is not only local media attempting to pander to the potential audience: