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The Most Oblivious Place on Earth: Not even Captain Obvious can save the journalism train wreck.

What made North American journalism ultimately broke it. It is Patriarchal narrative.

Journalism promised facts and information along with cogent arguments and logic as time went on, but those were just the excuses for what was the lure for the profession: the authority to set the terms of debate and the story with labelling people, elevating those who agreed with the narrative, and casting off those who didn’t. 771 more words

Alleged Journalism

REASON Hit & Run Year in Review

Reason Magazine’s Hit & Run Blog by rock star awesome journalist Elizabeth Nolan Brown covered the sex work and sex traffic issues with such consistent dedication, quantitative rigor, qualitative clarity and best practices professionalism that this year a re/post instead a personalized Year in Review (YIR) seems most effective to explaining the issues of the last year, and also in evaluating what the new year is carrying forward. 4,514 more words

Sex Work V Sex Trafficking

Happy holidays...and 'The List'

Reason December 2017-the list

Kia ora koutou,

At the end of week we’ll be on holiday, but we didn’t want to hang out the ‘Gone to the Beach’ sign without first giving you a present…the new edition of the School of Nursing’s Reason Magazine. 42 more words


[VIDEO] Are Your Kids Too Fragile? How to Make the Next Generation More Resilient

If you’re a parent of a child under the age of 12, here’s a question for you: When is the last time you let them walk to school by themselves, have an unscheduled play date, or—God forbid!—let them to go to the store to pick up a gallon of milk by themselves? 143 more words


[VIDEO] SPOILER ALERT: What Caused Venezuela’s Tragic Collapse? Socialism.

Venezuela has the world’s largest proven oil reserves, and it was once Latin America’s richest country. Today, most grocery store shelves are empty, and Venezuelans are so hungry that they’re killing zoo animals for sustenance. 290 more words