Category Archives: Journalistic fairness

When One’s Liberties are taken too far!

When One’s Liberties are taken too far! What is being suggested here is not a social media platform – or divulging a limited amount of information about ones-self. I would not be telling the truth if I did not say … Continue reading

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Did you think you were alone in that 1%?

Did you think you were alone in that 1%? The subject of this article is controversial, and content may be in dispute. When updating the article, be bold, but not reckless. Feel free to try to improve the article, but don’t take it personally … Continue reading

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News Reporting

News Reporting Watch News Reporting on any News Channel you care to watch – follow your favorite News hosts and anchors as they report on exclusive stories and events. News reporting involves discovering all relevant facts, selecting and presenting the … Continue reading

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Where are we, personally and as a nation headed?

Where are we, personally and as a nation headed? I wonder about the intentions and motives that seem to hover over well-known Social Media sites. This is a statement that has two perspectives. One, of course, would be the motives … Continue reading

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President Trump’s Immigration Principles

President Trump and the White House released a detailed set of immigration principles on October 8, 2017. The principles reflect many of the campaign promises Pres. Trump made on the campaign trail and suggest implementing many of the reforms recommended … Continue reading

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Where is the Money for the Border Security Wall?

Where is the Money for the Border Security Wall? The legislation President-elect Donald Trump will need to build the promised wall along the U.S. southern border with Mexico was passed in 2006 and remains on the books, even though it … Continue reading

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Illegal Immigration, DACA, Focus on Policy First

Illegal Immigration, DACA, Focus on Policy First Starting off this short info-message, I think it’s fair to say that the United States of America has had no real Immigration Policy from the beginning.  It should be noted here that immigration … Continue reading

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ONE ISSUE AT A TIME, CONGRESS, PLEASE DON’T ADD TO THE LEGISLATION

ONE ISSUE AT A TIME, CONGRESS, PLEASE DON’T ADD TO THE LEGISLATION In lieu of my perspective publishers and their decisions being equal with mine, I am fully ready to disclose that An Autopsy on America, my latest creation is … Continue reading

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Just a couple of quick reads…

Just a couple of quick reads… My first point is for those we call the “Hollyweird crowd.” You know, these people who probably would still vote for Hillary Rodham Clinton for President. Ever since this entire slaughter started with Harvey … Continue reading

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Reid College students boycott classes and demand outreach programs

The more I am reminded of people that will do anything to advance their careers, try and show how smart they are, or better still and there are a lot of these kind of people around. You know the one’s … Continue reading

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