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9/11

As far back as I can remember, I have always loved to watch the TV news. My earliest memories are of serious-looking men with clipped accents, reading from sheets of paper. 1,567 more words

Nostalgia And Reflections

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a Quote of the Day (Month?). Here’s Wayne State journalism prof Fred Vultee riffing on a partisan jab from the Baltimore…

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Law & Society

"Wanted; Less Terrible Political Coverage On TV": An Increasingly Tiresome Model Of Political And Current Events Coverage

Jon Stewart is nothing if not America’s foremost cable news critic. On Sunday, he couldn’t help telling CNN what he thinks of them—and he did it on their network. 1,136 more words

Politics

Why you should ‘shrink the gap’ between your opinion and God’s

Written By Jason F. Wright - FoxNews.com

 (AP)

One of my favorite people on the planet suffers from a confidence deficit.

It’s heartbreaking.

We have many mutual friends, and everyone in her path finds her talented, articulate, dedicated, focused and faithful. 632 more words

A CLICK A BLESSING TODAY

Why you should ‘shrink the gap’ between your opinion and God’s

Written By Jason F. Wright - FoxNews.com

 (AP)

One of my favorite people on the planet suffers from a confidence deficit.

It’s heartbreaking.

We have many mutual friends, and everyone in her path finds her talented, articulate, dedicated, focused and faithful. 632 more words

Life Lessons