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Free Speech, French Cartoons, and One Hell of a Week.

“I think we should take it down, it’s probably going to piss some people off.”

You’re never meant to start an article with a quote, or at least thats supposedly one of the ‘rules’ of journalism. 2,381 more words

Miscellaneous

Important facts being left out of our "news stories"

Today we have multiple media outlets to inform us on daily newsworthy events. The difference is that in earlier times, people got their news through story telling. 419 more words

Journalism

Making News: Podcast of Last Night's John Batchelor Show Appearance

I’m pleased to post the podcast of my appearance last night on John Batchelor’s nationally syndicated radio show.  Click here for a fascinating discussion among John, co-host Gordon Chang, and yours truly on China’s internet censorship and its implications for not only global commerce, but the future of the web itself.   8 more words

Trade

Writing

Writing has always been an outlet to me.

I have written a diary on paper and on computer. I have had numerous blogs anonymous or open to all or some of my friends. 134 more words

John McCain: "Get out of here you low life scum"

A Senate hearing opened this morning with Code Pink protesters trying to arrest former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger for “war crimes.”

The protesters, bearing signs reading “Kissinger War Criminal” and “Cambodia,” rushed up behind the 91-year-old diplomat at the witness table of the Senate Armed Services Committee, which was holding a hearing on global challenges and the U.S.

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Censorship

Family Television: "For the Perfectly Imperfect"

Tyler Leahy
Opinions Editor

As long as I can remember, I have been anti-censorship, within reason. I understand that young minds are influenced with ease, and that children should not be exposed to certain vulgarities. 913 more words

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