Today's Los Angeles Times letter to the editor, because our voices matter:
Re "Pulling a story out of thin air," Opinion, March 20
Meghan Daum's column on media coverage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 raised one point, and somewhat surprisingly so: At the beginning of her column, she noted Rush Limbaugh's complaint about newscasters who "don't know beans about even why an airplane flies" but offer speculation on the vaguest of premises.
I agree. It's sort of like radio show hosts with little or no formal education offering in-depth, "intellectual" political analyses on Supreme Court opinions, election demographics, foreign policy and more.
Lynn Robert Fairbanks
Pot. Kettle. Doesn't know beans.