Just as people everywhere benefit from freedom of the press, people of faith are shaped and strengthened by access to the Word of God.
In the United States today, journalists are being criticized from both the right and the left. People accuse them of sensationalism and bias, and pin the label “fake news” on stories they don’t like. World events look very different depending on whether they are being covered by Fox News or The New York Times.
Some folks are taking this very personally. A T-shirt is now available that says: “My 60th Birthday is FAKE NEWS.”
But guess what? We are lucky to have a free press, even if we don’t always agree with it. The First Amendment of our Constitution says that Congress shall make no law “abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press.”
Whether you like the news or not, our American press is free, uncensored and available to all.
In some countries, the government tightly controls the media and bans many news sites. So where can people who live under censorship get access to uncensored journalism? You might be surprised. They play...
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