by Roger Pynn
The media love a train wreck (see the 2016 Presidential race). The only thing they seem to love even more is a troubled cruise line (see the tribulations of Carnival and Costa).
But they also love to give names to sensational stories. My first recollection of that was Watergate, the break-in by Nixon political operatives to a Washington, D. C., office complex by that name that has since spawned countless “gates,” so named by media before the birth of the hashtag.
One has to wonder when someone will sue a headline writer for defamation.