Walter Cronkite, the long-time CBS News anchorman once called "The Most Trusted Man in America," has died, according to reports published late Friday. He was 92.
At every turn, he acted as if he had a responsibility to his audience. He didn't do the right thing because he thought it would help him get ahead and then one day he'd get his share. Instead, he always did the right thing because that's who he was. No sellouts, no political consulting, no false transparency.
And, that's the way it is.