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Teenage Prison Abuse Exposed: Panorama review

After watching this documentary, I’m shocked and disgusted.

This is a prime example of how investigative journalism has revealed some atrocities, for the better.

Undercover journalists are there to show people what some authorities, such as the prison institution for children in this documentary, are doing behind people’s backs and without their knowledge. 226 more words

Who, what, when, where, and why to Quote

I’m reading the Pulitzer Prize winner for 2012 Investigative Journalism where the story goes to unfold on how a Wal-Mart store in Mexico bribed officials and neighborhoods to move in and monopolize the area. 703 more words

Investigative Journalism

Let's Learn a Bit More: The Record Company

It can be tough business when you hear about a new band and that band has yet to release a full album. You’re left with that one song you heard that was the one song that peaked your interest and unfortunately, not much more. 547 more words


Review: Try Not to Breathe by Holly Seddon

4 Stars

Thank you to NetGalley for giving me the opportunity to read this as an ARC.  The review reflects my own views and were in no way influenced by receiving an ARC. 338 more words


Flying home: Hundreds of Vietnamese students scammed

Over 300 international students in Australia were the targets of a recent flight ticket scam via social media. Trinh Le has the details and provides some tips on avoiding online scams. 732 more words

My Work

IS Racism Really Hated?

Sane persons’ opinions do not matter to criminally minded callous politicians and government officials.

Yet, the exercise of attempting to play the snake-charmer’s musical instrument before our nation’s political buffaloes – based on a cross between the ‘feel-good-factor-of-a-better-future’ and the cynical ‘incorrigible-world-going-to-dogs’ – my own work – is being undergone. 1,744 more words