I've finally had a chance to sit down and ponder our regular enemy-embedded fun in a little bit more depth than usual:
The idea that the press exists to cover all aspects of a war isn't new. Reporters have a history of putting their lives on the line to cover the events on the ground as they happen. And as long as we've had photojournalists, we've had daring individuals who go out of their way to get the shot less taken. But there can be a fine line between aggressively documenting events as they happen -- and actively supporting one side in a conflict.