Were I still in the news business, I’d be a hot commodity right now, fantasizing about getting interviewed by cable news because I’m in the eye of perhaps the most intense media hurricane this side of the Mississippi.
It would be the most viewed story of my career to date.
And it would have nothing to do with journalism.
You see, I’m in my hometown of Stinnett, a mini municipality on the high plains of Texas that usually rings a bell for a few thousand people. But today it’s featured on the New York Post’s homepage and is being covered…