Monthly Archives: February 2014

Tony Blair’s excellent advice

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British Prime Minister Tony Blair Speaks In Armagh, Northern Ireland. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Tony Blair has given us a great insight into his success as a politician and a public figure. If we look beyond…

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Edward Snowden and America’s suicide

The Snowden revelations are a wakeup call for the United States. He and his promoters have preached a jeremiad, but not the one most people believe they are hearing. Most people will believe they are trying to wake America up … Continue reading

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Who decides the public interest: journalism’s death or resurrection?

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February 14, 1972, article in New York, by Tom Wolfe, announcing the birth of New Journalism (Photo credit: Wikipedia)     Who decides the public interest? This question haunts the media. Without the public interest,…

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