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Jack, I'm afraid it's going to come down to more and more "citizen journalists", at least until some other business model supporting professional journalism can develop. And, truth be told, lately I have more faith in some of these reporters than I do the traditional press outlets, that seem to be more and self-censoring themselves (particularly the local TV broadcasters). I have recently become a volunteer for ProPublica and will monitor some of Michigan's stimulus spending for them. I would encourage any others interested in keeping free and "independent" journalism alive in our country, to also volunteer as citizen journalists for any number of credible organizations. At the very least, we can help insure that truth and justice don't become just a quaint concept. Perhaps the Detroit papers should also enlist the aid of volunteer citizen journalists, like ProPublica is doing (though I don't think ANYTHING can help these "trash liners", now).

Part of the evolution of a civilization is the nature destruction of things..I view the newspapers in that context....

It is by no means the end of the world ..Truth is only a few people are decison makers and they not the masses..

This could be a great development..The end of disinformation, propaganda, tabloid driven fiction and news created by editors with a formuala

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