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Out with the old, in with the new- A journalist’s creed for the modern era

In 1914 Walter Williams, founder and dean of the Missouri Journalism School, penned “The Journalist’s Creed.” It sought to explain journalism, encapsulate the obligations of the practice and outline the principles which journalism most closely holds. 465 more words

Journalism

What rule of law really means...

Walter Williams gives you a masters course in only seven paragraphs what the term  “rule of law”  actually means.   Don’t panic or frown  —  it is nowhere nearly as complicated as His Oneness and pundits want you to believe.   35 more words

Walter Williams - Economistas que envergonham

Artigo original, em inglês, aqui.

Só para dar alguma perspectiva, eu vou perguntar aos leitores pelos seus palpites sobre comportamento humano antes de explicar meu envergonhamento com alguns dos meus companheiros economistas. 749 more words

Walter Williams

Where is the outrage in the black community for black-on-black crimes?

A recent editorial by George Mason University professor of economics Walter Williams.

Excerpt:

Each year, roughly 7,000 blacks are murdered. Ninety-four percent of the time, the murderer is another black person.

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Friday Night Rewind: Pearl's Perry scores 100th win

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Vancleave 53, Florence 50

What happened?

• At Florence, Vancleave continued its strong late season play with a fourth-straight win in an opening-round MHSAA 4A playoff game after the Bulldogs had dropped six in a row. 261 more words

Football