By Dan Zak
As bad news hails from the heavens, as headlines thunder DEBT and RAGE and DISASTER, as television narrates the crumbling of society with stunning graphics and Wagnerian music, know this:
Good news has a safe house. It’s a mile down an unpaved road, in a log cabin on a misty lake just south of Manassas, Va. Outside, the lake is glassy. The quiet is eerie. As if Wolf Blitzer is about to hack through the woods and incinerate the safe house with his bad-news bazooka …
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But inside, a woman trawls the Internet for good news. Geri Weis-Corbley, a mother of three teens, operates the Good News Network, a portal for the globe’s uplifting headlines.