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1943 Court Ruling Offers Insight on National Anthem Controversy

The decision of hundreds of NFL players to “take a knee” during the National Anthem has added football to the list of things that now divide America. 768 more words


Grope Grope Grab Grab

So lately, with all of the sex assault allegations firing off in every direction, taking down politicians left and right (yes, I know it extends far beyond politics), it has me thinking… I’m sure what I’m about to say will piss a few people off, but here goes. 349 more words

Middle Way

Pornography: One of the Main Causes of Bad Sexual Behavior

This is a hard topic to write about. I hardly know where to start. It is so sad to discover that people in high positions (such as Harvey Weinstein, Al Franken, and Charlie Rose) that we have trusted have behaved so badly. 409 more words

US News

Delegitimization of the Press

Perhaps the most prominent opponent of journalism and the news media in the United States is 45th U.S. President Donald J. Trump, who regularly discredits legitimate news outlets who report facts that may be unflattering to President Trump. 211 more words


Bill protecting student journalists submitted

Rep. Ed Clere, R-New Albany, filed HB 1016, protections for student journalists, during today’s organization day for the Indiana General Assembly. The bill was co-authored by Rep. 176 more words


The Great Twitter Purge: What Should We Do? - Operation Reinhard

By Red Ice TV

Twitter will begin cracking down on right-wing dissidents on December 18. What should we do about it?


Video Tour of the Newseum’s News History Gallery

Watch this inside video tour (below) of the Newseum’s updated News History Gallery. The exhibit features 400-plus historical newspapers, newsbooks, and magazines —  documents that reported some of the greatest and most amazing news stories. 110 more words

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