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What is Journalism to me?

Post number 2.
This one is about what Journalism means to me. This is also the letter which got me into Journalism 3, so I’d like to think its pretty convincing. 969 more words

Plans To Save The Planet

Late Night Across America

Things are happening all around us…time is moving too fast and we just can’t seem to keep up.  Late Night Across America wants to help by bringing you information you might otherwise miss.  103 more words


Collectivism & Engineered Perception

Source: NoMoreFakeNews.com
Jon Rappoport
July 18, 2016

The primary feature of The Group is: its members look at events indirectly; they look at events in accordance with what they think other members are seeing; they don’t look at or judge an event through their own eyes or minds. 632 more words


are you a preacher? (hot! quote)

“Trying to instill the fear of God (or any fear at all) in a person that thinks independently is like trying to convince an already free human being they are not free. 88 more words


Why Drawbridges Should Not Be Automated

I’ve got to confess, I’ve visited the NPR website, where you can find my interview, about a billion times. I’m proud of it (except for the horrible picture in which I weigh about 50 pounds more than I do now). 421 more words


A Yale Physician's Take on Home Birth

If you are interested in the statistical / medical questions of home birth, check out this article on home birth, by Dr. Aviva Romm.  She was a home birth midwife for decades, and now works as a Yale-trained obstetrics physician.   13 more words

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Something to Write About

It was middle of my last semester at Avery Point.  I was almost finished with my Capstone Paper, had started my first full-time job as a teaching assistant in a clinical day treatment program, was only weeks away from finishing my BA, and had just been accepted to the history master’s program at Brown University.   407 more words

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