Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
It seems that money was the ingredient that bought off their virginity
and their lack of integrity and honesty now show.
All apologies to the hard-working street-walkers and penthouse prostitutes who, unlike the modern-media harlots and rent-boys, have no illusions and offer no excuses about what they do and why.
Sept 4, 2017 By Joan Swirsky
For well over 75 years, Americans have naively trusted that the people who bring them the news every night—and today, 24/7—are highly informed, deeply sincere, remarkably unbiased public servants.
After all, why would anyone go into a notoriously low-paying profession if he or she was not at heart an idealist?
Motives, of course, vary. Some are attracted to the “profession” because they are news junkies and want to be where the political action is. Others seek the limelight because the narcissist in them likes to be on camera. Then there are those who genuinely believe that their exposés and hard-hitting reporting can make a helpful difference in people’s lives. Finally we have aspirants…
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