Mr. President says the enemy of the people is lurking somewhere out there near the newsstand or the postoffice, the restaurant or your front yard. Compound sentences are no longer safe. Adverbs and verbs are running for cover. Who, what, when, where and why can't really believe what they're seeing.
Ears are pressed firmly to the ground. And here we are wondering how it could be the free press has got all this bad luck lately. From Bull Run to the Battle of the Bulge, from the Fourth of July to 9/11, we as a people have always stood tall and proud to defend life, liberty and a free press.
Therefore, let us realize a little bad luck along the road of forming a more perfect union cannot withstand against good will and likeminded people. Ignorance can never build a free press. Ignorance is just downright ignorant.
So go out there and do yourself a favor and buy a newspaper. Better yet, get a subscription.