For late Sunday night readers we share a missive about journalism and a change in career outlook.
This week a high profile Kansas City sports news columnist gave up the ghost in order to attain a far more secure career pushing talking point lies from the front office.
And so, one of our KICK-ASS TKC READERS notices that the journalism profession is suffering an exodus and part of the great resignation . . . Here's a money line . . .
"Instead of entering a golden age of reasoned public policy, we are descending into a dark age of sensationalism and misinformation. Laugh at my naïveté, but I've finally learned that Americans prefer ad hominem attacks and conspiracy-mongering to reading municipal budgets and weighing arguments in amicus briefs. So much for the democratization of news."
That sounds like somebody got beat up on Twitter and is feeling a little bit "emo" about it.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Media Criticism (Nancy Kaszerman/ZUMA Press/Newscom) In my optimistic days as a young journalist, I believed that if only the public had access to more information the nation would enter a golden age of better government and more-thoughtful political debates.
Meanwhile, for those back in the real world . . . For those who just wanna look good, tell lies in a more comfortable setting earn a nice living . . . The Internets is spurting with opportunity . . . Take a peek:
Kerry Katona has defended her use of the over 18 image sharing platform in a candid chat with Daily Star. Ex-Atomic Kitten singer and I'm A Celeb jungle queen Kerry Katona has spoken about her profits from the media sharing website OnlyFans on a Facebook Live interview.
You decide . . .