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Who broke the story on Obama’s connection to terrorists?


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Who broke the story on Obama’s connection to terrorists?


Does it Matter?Excerpted: Keith Olbermann, Chris Matthews and Sean Hannity (FNC–FOX News Channel) could never fill the shoes of journalists like Ernie Pyle, Edward R. Murrow and Bill Paley. But often today’s journalists will step on and shove aside others to obtain popularity. A perfect counterpoint to Keith Olbermann is Sean Hannity, the co-host of Hannity + Colmes (FNC).

Nationally-syndicated radio host Dr. Laurie Roth (IRN-USA Radio Network) broke the story regarding Democratic presumptive presidential nominee Barack Obama’s relationship with convicted domestic terrorist William Ayers (read Reported on News With Views, by writer Jim Kouri, it was clear the conservative Roth was the first to uncover this politically damaging information about Obama and the company he keeps. Indeed, sources tell one of Hannity’s chief producers called Roth to congratulate her on the breaking news. Unfortunately, the “step-over your opposition” mentality which permeates the industry of journalism has Hannity now claiming he broke the story about Ayers. In essence, dumping on his fellow conservative journalist, in order to advance his career. The moral of the story is, both sides do it, no matter how unprofessional it is, all for the sake of personal advancement.

There are those who will claim this column asserts there is no room for commentary or self-promotion in the world of journalism. To the contrary. The problem is today some journalists see themselves as an arm of one political Party or another. Hence, their popularity may grow within one political sphere and dislike for an individual may grow and add to their celebrity because of those who do not share their world view. When this is a goal of a journalist, the lines get blurred between news and commentary.

Read the entire article by Daniel Zanoza HERE