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All-Star weekend

It’s NBA all-star weekend, one of the most entertaining weekends ever. As a kid, I viewed it as a weekend for basketball fans to watch the best players in the league show off their basketball skills. 1,458 more words

Prudes and nude judges

The Herald on Sunday has an item about a judge who was nude at a naturist/nudist camp. Eyebrows have been raised about photos of the judge on a grass lawn and playing petanque – or perhaps it’s more about click bait raising. 331 more words


Christians ‘are being persecuted by online hate mob’ - Article in Scottish Daily Mail

After my appearance at the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday (you can read about it  HERE)  this is what the Daily Mail are reporting today.   There should also be something in the Sunday Mail tomorrow: 504 more words


YouTube Acquires BandPage For $8M To Attract Musicians With Money-Making Tools

YouTube wants to win the love of musicians by solving their biggest problem: how to turn popularity into cash. So today it announced it’s acquired… 796 more words


"Live By The Media’s Favor, Die By The Media’s Disfavor": After Pumping Him Up For Months, The Press Turns On Marco Rubio

Marco Rubio is in serious trouble, so he’s now attacking Donald Trump, something he hasn’t been as eager to do before. While it may produce a return slap from the Republican front-runner, it probably won’t be enough to shift the discussion around Rubio, who is now learning a very hard lesson: Live by the media’s favor, die by the media’s disfavor. 852 more words


Why the Media need to stop Hounding Dan Walker

I wrote this article yesterday for Premier – see link below – and it has been picked up all over the place.  The hounding of the BBC presenter Dan Walker because he is a bible believing Christian, is a classic example of the kind of intolerance I was speaking about at the Scottish Parliament.   848 more words


Media Malpractice: Who Will Guard the Guardians?

Submitted by Natasha Ford

The standard of journalism in Barbados continues to plummet. Journalists are the gatekeepers. They decide what is news, how readers will receive that news and when they will receive it. 521 more words