In college fifty years ago, that was the take off on the New York Times motto, “All the News That’s Fit to Print.”
That was well before the term “Fake News” was coined.
One of the web sites I read is “Legal Insurrection.”
I found this publication during the time Rod Blagojevich was being impeached.
More recently, I was brought back by its coverage of my college’s attempt to drive a bakery and convenience store near the Oberlin College campus because of arrest for shoplifting by a male black student.
No publication covered the trial and the coverup that Oberlin’s administration put and is putting forth than Legal Insurrection.
My college lost a defamation suit that could cost in $35 million, if it fails to win an appeal.
William Jacobson, a law professor at Cornell, founded, guides and writes articles for the publication.
Today, an article appears entitled, “Anti-Regime Protests Erupt in Iran After Airline Shootdown.
It provides videos I have a felling I shall not see on the evening news (although I admit to not being a refular watcher).
Remember the coverage of the massive demonstrations after the Iranian General was killed?
Now there are visual indications that at least university students feel more favorably about America.
Here is a screen shot from one of the videos:
The story explains that the regime paints the flags of the United Statrs and Israel on the street.
When this video was shot, the students were refusing to walk on the flags, which was the intiention of those who ordered them painted.
The reason seems to be the cover-up of missile attack on the Ukranian plane.
Let me know if you see coverage of this story.