Category Archives: Responsible Journalism

Inadvertently Committing Journalism

Nope – haven’t figured it out yet – sorry. And it’s been years. Back on July 27, 2003 – six years ago – there were those remarks by the President – who was standing next to United Nations Secretary General … Continue reading

Posted in CNBC, Jim Cramer, Jon Stewart, Journalism, Journalism as Entertainment, Objective Journalism, Press Responsibility, Responsible Journalism, Stewart versus Cramer, Trusting One News Source over Another, Truthiness | 2 Comments

Clearing Up Basic Misunderstandings

When John Kerry lost to George Bush in 2004 there was a great deal of talk about how Kerry managed to lose, centering on the quite questionable vote in Ohio, but then becoming more generalized – talk of Kerry’s aloofness, … Continue reading

Posted in McCain's Lost Honor, Operation Leper, Palin Challenges McCain, Palin Unqualified, Palin versus McCain, Palin's Ambition, Palin's Party Now, Palin's Power Play, Press Notes, Press Objectivity, Responsible Journalism, The Role of the Press | 2 Comments