Sunday, February 16, 2003

"....Journalists were people who wore turtle-necked sweaters and berets and worked for the CBC. We were newspapermen...."

Ted Byfield has a great tale of how he and other reporters did their job before journalism was completely sissified.

His attitude, that it is often better to serve the best interest of your readers and defy the anger of the chattering classes, is pleasantly refreshing.