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Published on Nov 14, 2008
Dennis Prager is an American syndicated radio talk show host, columnist, author, ethicist, and public speaker. He advocates the historical and uniquely American combination of Judeo-Christian values and places great emphasis on moral clarity and the ability to identify and combat evil.
In this audio clip he discusses how so-called "professional" journalists have passed up every opportunity to remain professional. He illustrates how their antipathy for Sarah Palin and the Republican Party have allowed them to forego even the most basic standards of journalistic integrity.
2008 will likely be noted by historians as the year that journalism died in America.