Real reporting in Business Insider? Unthinkable!

 No, really, child: there can be another side to this

No, really, child: there can be another side to this

But that's exactly what one of the few grownups on their staff, Ms. Pamela Engle, has provided in an article on the issue of defeating the ideology of radical Islam. Ignore the typical BI scare headline about a "radical fringe" taking over the White House and you'll find a thoughtful piece that goes out of its way to include quotes and arguments from both sides of the argument. There's plenty of material to agree or disagree with, but the reporter has gone out of her way, in my opinion, to enable readers to make up their own minds. No preaching.

Eagle's piece is far too long to fairly except here, but if you've ever longed for a period when reporters reported objectively, read it, and see how it's done.