If you read GetReligion regularly, you know that we advocate a traditional American model of the press.
Under that model, journalists report news in a fair, impartial manner with statements of fact attributed to named sources.
When a news organization frames a story in such a way that clearly favors one side, it obviously fails to meet that standard.
Such is the case with Reuters' slanted coverage this week of a judge's decision concerning a challenged Mississippi law.
Did Mississippi, in fact, pass an "anti-LGBT law?" That is one side's perspective. But the other side argues that the measure is, in fact, a religious liberty law.