When the news of JFK’s assassination hit the world in 1963, the media race to grab the shiniest news baubles was all-consuming. Back then, as now, most journalists covered the major parts of the story staring them in the face. Because, why not?
As the press gallery ate up Shearer Scotty, down the road taxpayers were being fleeced
It's time political journalists in this country took a long hard look at themselves.