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Agents of influence: How reporters have been “weaponized” by leaks

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Since June, some entity has been releasing e-mails and electronic documents obtained via network intrusions and credential thefts of politicians and political party employees. 1,950 more words


A Morning Jog

I am not a morning person. I normally jog in the evenings. However, a couple of weekends ago I found myself sprinting around Old Louisville at 4:45 am…. 327 more words



The Freedom of the Press is guaranteed by the 1st Amendment to the US Constitution. Although this freedom has been justifiably criticized a great deal, it is one of the most important rights possessed by citizens. 211 more words

First Amendment

Hot news reporter says she likes the bone as he eats a hot dog, and it doesn’t stop there

Um, she isn’t exactly Dan Rather combing through the jungles of Vietnam getting to the bottom of Lyndon Johnson’s war policy.

No, no. She seeking hot dog eaters because … she likes the bone. 11 more words


Latest Computer Models Suggest Cable News Personnel Will Remain Hysterical For Duration Of Storm

MIAMI – (CT&P) – The latest computer models coming out of the National Hurricane Center in Miami are predicting that anchors and reporters for almost every cable outlet will remain hysterical until Hurricane Matthew deteriorates and heads out to sea. 202 more words


The biased media

Is the media biased? A question that many have asked, and that probably more assume can be answered “yes” without giving it much thought. I’ve generally felt that people have many biases (I certainly do, as I wrote about… 460 more words

How I See The World

What Really Matters

Every night at 10 p.m. my parents turned on the news. My mom’s favorite weather man, Gary Lezak who she got to call her for her 50th birthday, would tell her the forecast for the upcoming week in Kansas City. 717 more words