If You Limit Access, You Are Not Transparent

The Associated Press’ Santiago Lyons is, again, arguing that President Obama’s administration has become one of the most restrictive of press rights. Much of what we are seeing released by the White House is propaganda, according to Lyons in an article at The Daily Caller by Robby Soave.


The AP has only been permitted to photograph the president alone in the Oval Office on two occasions–both in his first term–and has never been allowed to photograph the president with his staff in the office.

Mark E. Johnson

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