If you watch only one video today, make it this one:
Some select quotes:
"I did a piece with Navy Seals once. It took me six months of begging, screaming, breaking down walls, crawling on my knees to get that embed. And when I came back with that story, I was told, 'these guys, you know, one guy in uniform looks like any other guy in a uniform.' and I'm on high-value target raids, taking down some of the most wanted Taliban fighters and al Qaeda fighters in Afghanistan, and I'm told, 'well, you know, one Arabic name sounds - unless it's Osama bin Laden, who cares about, you know, Mullah bin Shag or whatever...'"
"You know, I was asked once, 'Do you feel responsible for the American public having a - a bad view, a negative view of the war in Iraq?' And I looked at the reporter and I said, 'Tell me the last time you saw the body of a dead American soldier. What does that look like? Who in America knows what that looks like? Because I know what that looks like, and I feel responsible for the fact that no one else does.'"
We'll discuss this later, after our blood pressures have gone down to safe levels. For now, let me just say that Lara Logan is the absolute epitome of what it means to be a journalist.
Sadly enough, so is Jon Stewart. And he'd be the first to admit that he's just a comedy show host.