Ahead of the next phase of the pandemic, here's a peek at online debate over JOURNALISM.
A money line which kind of proves that the prog-blogs are mostly partisan talking points . . .
In a 12-part response, Parson called Rudi Keller's article for the Missouri Independent "purposefully misleading.
"[Keller] left out important information that provides context for the whole story. This type of 'so called' reporting is unethical and needs to stop because it misleads the public and poses a danger to the credibility of our institutions," he wrote."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Governor Mike Parson is criticizing a journalist who reported that the state withheld data that demonstrated the efficacy of masks. In a 12-part response, Parson called Rudi Keller's article for the Missouri Independent "purposefully misleading." "[Keller] left out important information that provides context for the whole story.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City, Missouri, City Council approved a 30-day mask mandate extension for schools Thursday afternoon. The extension was approved 9-1 and is set to end Jan. 1, 2022. Last month, the KCMO mask ordinance was modified Nov.
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