A national media that retains its honour

There's no typo in the title; honour is the British spelling of honor, and their newspaper retain some of it. Each year witnesses a decrease in the circulation of most major U.S. daily newspapers, and a corresponding decline in their credibility.   Whether you draw the concentric circles of readership circling the drain centered in Chicago -- with the Tribune and the Sun Times -- on the East Coast, at the New York Times, or the West Cost, with the Los Angeles Times, newspapers in the U.S. are not a growth industry. They're dying. But while the U.S. print media has lost most of its honor; British print outlets have retained some of theirs. For example:  On Saturday, August 11, 2012, the U.K. Mail online posted an article entitled "Obama's slumdog brother: Meet the hopeless drunk from a Nairobi shanty town who is the U.S. President's BROTHER." The three tease ledes read: Whilst the President inhabits the luxurious surroundings of the Oval Office and flies aboard Air Force...(Read Full Post)