In today’s column bemoaning the declining credibility of the MSM, Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times argues that the press needs to take bolder steps to reconnect with the public:
More openness, more willingness to run corrections, more ombudsmen, more acknowledgement of our failings – those are the kinds of steps that are already under way and that should be accelerated….
All well and good, but Kristof himself still has not retracted his unsubstantiated claim that the number of abortions “increased significantly” after President George W. Bush took office in January 2001.
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