Tag: ethics

Journalism’s Deep Slide into Idealistic Agendas

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Disclaimer: If you think I wrote this with you in mind, please see the Disclaimer section at the bottom. A friend of mine shared an article this morning from The Atlantic entitled, What Can Prewar Germany Teach Us About Social Media Regulation? It had been re-titled by the time I landed on the page, along […]

How I Roll Online or ‘Solid Journalism in a World Full of Crap’

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Solid journalism is not readily apparent. A number of people have questioned how I arrive at my opinions. Apparently, they’re seeing the end results where I’m furiously posting links, my opinion, and more links at the end of my day, and can’t believe I’m taking any time at all to verify anything. In reality, I’ll […]

The Failure of American Journalism

Ethical journalists do not begin with the conclusion. They begin with the facts, allowing the preponderance of the facts themselves to present the story that needs to be told.   Today’s journalists often begin with a faulty premise, largely driven by their political party. They allow themselves to be deceived into cherry-picking only those facts […]