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Wikileaks Has Changed Journalism, But It Didn’t Do It Alone

by Matthew L. Schafer “The greatest danger in this country today is not the release of these documents, but the secrecy, the deception, the politics, the manipulation which is undermining the confidence of the American people in both political parties.”  … Continue reading

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NPR Listeners Get a Sour Taste from the Media’s Obsession with Mel Gibson

by Matthew L. Schafer Fresh off of its name change, NPR is finding itself in hot water with its listeners, prompting questions about NPR’s identity in the 21st century.  It all began with a segment about the Mel Gibson tapes … Continue reading

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