“Award-winning” newspaper editor opines:
Is journalism 100 unpaid bloggers all talking and yattering at once, or a city filled with amateur citizen journalists uncoordinated in all their efforts? Those bloggers and citizen reporters are as close to real reporters as karaoke is to Frank Sinatra live and in person.
The Star’s editorial, “A dishonourable killing,” is almost good, by the Star’s standards at any rate, which isn’t saying much. However being the slaves to the libleft notions of multicult that they are I suppose it was mandatory to toss in this little nod to their constituency:
Experts differ on the question of whether Aqsa’s murder was, strictly speaking, an honour killing, where a family patriarch believes he has lost face in the eyes of local society because his female “charge” has dishonoured him.
Experts? What experts are the polititically correct zombies at the Star talking about?