Must the Justices Create a Trustworthy Press?

Must the Justices Create a Trustworthy Press? - WSJ

Why not just hire smart people and ask them (or free them) to do honest reporting?

No writ exists in the Constitution for journalism’s holy of holies. the 1964 Times v. Sullivan Supreme Court ruling that allows us falsely to defame public figures as long as we do so without “actual malice.” Such is a longstanding argument given new currency by veteran federal appeals judge Laurence Silberman in a dissenting opinion already covered repeatedly in these pages.

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