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Stewart’s Blog: The New York Times and Deceptive News

Stewart’s Blog: The New York Times and Deceptive News

As the editor of Tallahassee Reports, I am acutely aware of the value of credibility in the news business. In this era of the “fake news” label, it is important…

The Persecution of Planned Parenthood’s Exposers

The Persecution of Planned Parenthood’s Exposers

By Noah Rothman/ Commentary Magazine Will journalists speak out for journalism if it targets Planned Parenthood? Anyone who doubted that the abortion provider Planned Parenthood is a sacred cow for the…

The Death of Town Hall Meetings in America

The Death of Town Hall Meetings in America

Congressional Republicans have unsurprisingly received criticism for calling out leftist protesters who are part of a nationally coordinated campaign to hijack their town hall meetings. These forums have become such…

The Importance of Acknowledgement: Can you hear me?

By Cindy O’Connell & Dr. Susan Fell This week we offer some musings on the protocol of simple acknowledgement. In the past, our mothers, teachers, and certainly Emily Post, taught…