New Yorker Magazine’s Blind Spot: Role of ranchers, farmers neglected – again – in story on Keystone XL pipeline

Why It’s Called the New Yorker, Part II. The New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza wrote more than 9,000 words in the magazine’s September 16 issue about opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline. Lizza mentions Nebraska only twice and “ranchers” not at all.

via Monday Roundup: New Yorker’s Blind Spot | Daily Yonder | Keep It Rural.