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John Nichols: Defend Journalism That Speaks Truth to Power From Ferguson to Washington

 “Media criticism, at its best, is not rooted in partisanship, or ideology; it is a demand for the pursuit of truths that someone with economic or political power does not want told.

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Militarism

Attacks against journalists should concern us all

The appalling murder of a US journalist, and the reported continued detention of another kidnapped by ISIS has again underscored the risks that journalists around the world face. 1,004 more words

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Police Officer Threatens to Kill Ferguson Protestors

Lt. Ray Albers, police officer from St. Ann, Missouri who was in Ferguson to help handle the protestors has been suspended. He pointed his gun at protestors and threatened to kill them. 698 more words

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Freedom Of The Press

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i’ve always wanted to capture these moments. grumpy. cranky. disheveled. need-more-coffee-for-mama.

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Freedom Of The Press

More journalists arrested in Ferguson last night. So much for freedom of the press.

Last night, the Intercept’s Ryan Devereaux and Lukas Hermsmeier, a reporter for the German newspaper Bild, were among those arrested (or detained, as authorities are calling it) during the escalating protests over Michael Brown’s shooting in Ferguson, MO. 483 more words

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SPECIAL REPORT: MSM WHITEWASH OF POLICE STATE EXPOSED

SPECIAL REPORT: MSM WHITEWASH OF POLICE STATE EXPOSED

Sheriff’s Dept. claims SWAT teams helped journalists by gassing and firing rubber bullets at them

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