Today, many journalists are being correctly castigated for invoking the emotional distress that can sometimes accompany serious works of journalism to deflect criticisms of their reporting or opinions. This invocation regarding distress rings all the more hollow for those journalists opining largely on political issues from the safety (and comfort) of newsrooms in places such as New York and Washington.
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