Journalism | What Bari Weiss’ resignation from The New York Times tells us about the state of journalism
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 7/15/20, 02:01 pm
I should do a victory dance—and I’m very sad to do it.
When Joel Belz started WORLD in 1986, I was writing a book entitled Prodigal Press: The Anti-Christian Bias of the American News Media. He and I did not yet know each other, but we had arrived at the same conclusion: The days of Christians being able to write on the pages of big secular newspapers and magazines were coming to an end.
by Seth Johnson
Posted 7/02/20, 06:13 pm
After a seven-decade career that involved 10,000 hours in front of a camera, newsman Hugh Downs died on Wednesday. He was 99. His two children, Hugh Raymond Downs and Deirdre Lynn Downs, survive him, along with two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.