Magazines came in a wide variety of topics. Believe it or not,
I wrote mostly for small farm, motorcycle, or craft magazines.
By the way, I still like chickens.
I wrote a lot for Small Farmers Journal,
They stiffed me on the payment.
I wrote for spinning and weaving mags too - we raised sheep,
The Internet ruined all that. Different story.
So one day I was at somebody's house talking about how the editor and publisher define the voice of the magazine.
Nobody, no matter how unbiased, could possibly bring you more than a sliver of the stories about a fraction of the events
Next, people are, must be, and should be biased.
So - we see that no media outlet can tell you all the viewpoints
My complaint is that our media is entirely beholden to the Plutarchy.
The press is not subject to laws passed by government, but
Remember: if the editor doesn't like it he won't buy it.
There is basically only one world view,
Part of the reason I'm not rich is because I never wanted to be rich. I don't think I'd have as much fun being rich
And it really was an either-or choice. Being rich is pretty much a full time job.
In the first place, the title is a lie or close to it. They're not "reforming" squat.
And it would. It would show a bias in favor of the dictionary definition of the word "reform".
The Koch Brothers are now a major funder of NPR. They are the editor. If the editor doesn't like it he won't buy it.
They could do an in-depth report on how tax cuts made the economy in Kansas shrivel up
They could report on how the economy worked under Eisenhower
Aftwr they finished that I could make some suggestions for them about language, punch, impact
But you've probably had enough for now.