Sadly you could say the same about most editorials and articles as well.From what I've seen from the average journalist or TV reporter. They probably have a good legal case to sue whatever university gave them a a journalism degree for failure to fulfill a contractual obligation.Jim Seggie said:You know, I am perplexed.
It seems every freakin moron out there is a procurement and defense expert when the CF needs a new ship, fighter or tank.
The letters to the editor really prove how dense some people are.
I mean it's not like the information isn't readily available and out there (Google anyone?) And surely someone with even a minor amount of life experience should be able to separate the wheat from the chaff as it were.
Canadian defence journalism is almost an oxymoron !