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FT Rejects IPSO, Sets Up Own Regulator

FT editor Lionel Barber says the paper will set up its own mechanism to deal with complaints. It won’t be part of the new IPSO press regulator: 497 more words

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McCutcheon v. FEC

Last Wednesday, the Supreme Court struck down the federal regulations which dictated how much money individuals and organizations can contribute for political purposes.  Many are seeing this as an attack on democracy, corruption of free speech, and nullifying the Constitution.  831 more words

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Midterm Exam review for COM 210

Here is the Midterm Exam review sheet for COM 210:

Journalism Education

Happy Easter Mini #2

This dashing gentleman may be ready to find the Easter Bunny in these woods, but we must admit, we wouldn’t mind catching more glimpses of his cuteness!

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If I Want Your Opinion . . .

I’ll give it to you!

There was a time when I thought this was funny.  Now I realize it’s actually a dangerous and all too common attitude. 628 more words

Human Behavior

The Death of Rule of Law - Part III of VI: Freedom of the Press

Death of the Free Press

In April and May of 2012 the U.S. Justice Department, headed by President Obama’s friend Eric Holder, in direct violation of the U.S. 424 more words

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