“A free press is a pillar of our democracy, its protection appearing in the First Amendment for that reason. Unfortunately, the press in this country has fallen into a sorry state, where journalists all too often choose advocacy over impartiality, propaganda over facts.”
David Isaac, is Senior Israel Correspondent at JNS.org.
David Isaac has worked for 25 years in the news business, starting as a stringer at the Connecticut Jewish Ledger. He has since worked as a reporter and editor for Investor’s Business Daily, World Israel News, Newsmax Media, The Washington Times’ news site Times247 and the Washington Free Beacon, to name a few.
He was awarded a Media Fellowship at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University in 2004. He is currently writing, directing and producing a documentary film series on Middle East history.“
"I am privileged to be a part of the Free Press Foundation, whose mission it is to train a new generation of reporters and editors. Only through nurturing a new generation of honest, inquisitive and skilled reporters can we hope to replace the old ink."