Today’s read is from Katie Yoder, the associate culture editor and the Joe and Betty Anderlik fellow at the Media Research Center. Here’s an excerpt:
Good news exists – even if it rarely appears in the media.
During Christmas time, local news outlets are reporting on the goodness of humanity, from strangers flooding a lonely grandmother with Christmas cards to a couple of eight year olds deciding that what they want for Christmas is to help others in need.
Here are seven stories exemplifying the Christmas spirit – and demonstrating that the little things sometimes matter the most.
Read the entire column here.