Mainstream News Media: you needlessly and gratuitously place images of the President everywhere, every day, multiple times on a single web page, printed page, and televised newscast as if we don't know what he looks like. We ask that this practice stop. Instead, we prefer you run graphics and photos of the issues you are covering. For example maps of the Koreas, Russia, China, Yemen, The Congo, South Africa, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Puerto Rico, etc. could help the American public understand where these places are and why they are important. Photos of the places, the actions taking place, and/or the people who live there can be informative. Show pipelines polluting water and smokestacks polluting the air; show the icecaps melting and sections of ice breaking off; show people suffering and dying from hunger and war; show the happy people celebrating victories over adversity; show the animals facing extinction or the people trying to help them; and more. On the top fold, please. No more photos of the president. Thank you very much.