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Who in this world of ours can we turn to and trust their words along with their motives? Very few, it seems. And yet, when we’re young and full of hope, we believe most everyone.

How else would Dr. Seuss stories make sense? Why would we trust Sesame Street’s scary Count to teach us about numbers. Candy from strangers, a cruel hoax.

Adolescence brought with it a mental metamorphosis that also includes a physical, emotional and even a spiritual turning of the page. Post-pubescent rebellion, the end of innocence for many, is a season when young people often turn to peers and others with a countering view for direction. When that includes media – music, movies, TV and the news, it is often the opposite of traditional values.

There was a time in the United States when newsmen valued objectivity.

See Mark Warde’s column in the Ennis Daily News!

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