Fake News and Literacy

December 29, 2016 Clay 0

Several years ago, I was publisher of a small-town newspaper. This was an interesting town. Only about 20,000 people lived in the county, yet there […]

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Journalism shmournalism

December 5, 2016 Clay 0

Somewhere, some way, it got lost. I’m talking about journalism of course. What stands for journalism today is, well, some sort of desperate mesh of […]

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Media, coalitions, and me, oh my

November 20, 2016 Clay 0

There is a narrative that “the media” seems to be missing in its post-election coverage. The Democrats’ vaunted coalition of voters. You know, women, young […]