'Should not feel bad about helping people':
I submit that within this article
lies the reason for why so many people despise journalists. ... I know there are professional lines journalists shouldn't cross. But sacrificing one's humanity for the sake of a job isn't one of them. ...Update
-- Via conversations about this post, I've been asked to elaborate a bit more. Let me make it simple: Is there any other profession that seriously debates the 'ethical' issue of saving a young child's life by handing over pocket change? The mere fact this discussion even takes place says so much about the bankruptcy of the 'objectivity' goal within MSM, whose unelected high priests of ethicism are literally sucking the life out of journalism. Do I make myself clear?