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When The Media Fails to Accept Responsibility

I’m usually the first person to boost NPR.  In this age of editorial slants, #fakenews and the like, it’s one of only a handful of resources I trust to be giving me the information I need to have: I didn’t hear of too many other broadcasters live airing James Comey testifying to the House Intelligence Committee. 565 more words

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Beyond the Surface of the Deep Web

The deep web is known as the dimension for cyber-criminals to interact and perform illegal doings under the safe premise of anonymity. These activities include the sale of weapons and ammunitions, experiments on homeless people, and even murder-for-hire. 584 more words

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For your Presidents Day Drive: Recommended Podcasts

Many of us have Presidents Day off. A good time to ski, sled, or BBQ (as it’s been about 65 degrees in the mid-Atlantic). Many of us will be driving home from a weekend get-away so here’s some recommended listening. 645 more words

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Donald Trump -- A True Vulcan

“In an insane world, it is the sane man who must appear insane.”

— Commander Spock,  USS Enterprise NCC-1701

“Is It Time to Call Trump Mentally Ill?”  … 396 more words

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Upward Mobility

In just about every election the voters hear stories about the American Dream.  A candidate will go into detail about how they went from rags to riches or lifted themselves up by their own bootstrap.  666 more words

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David S. Meyer's voice, just in case you're interested

Although a massive demand for my voice online has not yet crossed my desk, here are links to two recent recorded conversations. I was fortunate to draw two very good interviewers, and the topics will be familiar. 50 more words

The Political Economy of Journalism

Media institutions are influenced by politics, technology, and the economy and “the content of the media always reflects the interests of those who finance them,” (Altschull, 1984). 394 more words

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