While the one sided coverage of Iraqi casualties continues, a lone voice in the MSM wilderness, Katherine Kersten of the Star Tribune, writes an excellent piece about the media’s failure to inform and provide context on Iraq. While I strongly urge you to read the whole thing, check out her concluding line:
Our major media have a duty to give us the big picture on Iraq. This — not the tears of Crawford — is what we owe fallen soldiers and their courageous comrades.
It would be nice if this lone voice turned into a chorus, but I’m not holding my breath. (H/T Powerline)