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Blowing The Whistle: Print Media vs New Media

Okay, so sue me. I’m not a big fan of new media. So what? Who cares?

As to why I brought this up? Well, I was recently going through the whole… 563 more words

[VIDEO] Bob Woodward: Obama 'Disengaged from So Many' of These Issues

“I think Obama holds Boehner in some disdain…”

Via NRO‘s Andrew Johnson:

…Capitol Hill Democrats expressed to Woodward that they feel “the president is disengaged from so many of these things.” “I think the president’s got to get engaged, he clearly is capable — I think if the political pressure builds, as it will, he will act,” he said on  38 more words


A Slice of Adventure: Ireland Part 2, Dublin

After two nights in Cork, a lot of Italian food and a whole lot more walking we woke up super early to catch our 7am train to Dublin. 522 more words


How Churches Can Be More Forthright About How They Spend Money

In the epic tale All The President’s Men, the secretive informant known as “Deep Throat” badgers Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward to “follow the money trail.” Deep Throat, who we now know to have been Mark Felt (the #2 man at the FBI), was convinced that if people knew how money was spent by the Committee to Re-Elect the President (CREEP) they could figure out exactly what happened, who did what and when. 277 more words


What kind of crazy story is this?: "All the President's Men" (1976)

By Scott Ross

Los Angels, CA. May, 2011. Richard Stayton writes a compelling piece in the Writers Guild of America (West) magazine Written By,* responding to claims made by Robert Redford that he and the late film director Alan J. 2,182 more words

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By Casey Bukro

Pssst! Hey buddy, over here. Got some really important news for you. Can’t tell you where I got it. But trust me. 452 more words

Ethical Standards

Today in History: 1972, Five Men Were Arrested for Breaking into the DNC Headquarters in the Watergate Complex

Today in 1972, five men were arrested for breaking into the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate complex in Washington, D.C. In their possession were cameras, film, and tear gas guns. 142 more words