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Commentary: Journalists At Risk in Iraq and Ferguson, Missouri

The Islamic State’s gruesome killing of Associated Press reporter James Foley is a stark reminder of the ultimate danger faced by journalists who cover various state and regional conflicts around the world. 725 more words

Society

blackberry blast

as the summer days count down, we squeezed in some time at Nana’s to pick these marvelously ripe merry berries!

this season, we enjoyed blackberry cobbler for a church picnic, jelly for morning toast (great with coffee!), and “toss in your mouth” healthy but messy snacks. 54 more words

Freedom Of The Press

a house built with love.

well, most of the time, LOL!

it’s moments like this that make me chuckle!

see more of this wonderful family here!

Freedom Of The Press

“Galvez Stadium” Excerpt Number 3, Part 2 of 2

In part 1 Galvez decides something must be done about an opposition newspaper that published an article condemning the Minister of the Interior and a top general as being corrupt. 988 more words

Impact On Population

Freedom (or not) of the Icelandic press

The Icelandic press has generally been considered – at least by outsiders – as free from corruption and editorial bias. But is it?

Earlier this week, one of the editors of the widely-read newspaper… 177 more words

Musings

“Galvez Stadium” Excerpt Number 3, Part 1 of 2

The publisher of an opposition newspaper has just printed a damning story involving corruption by the Ministry of the Interior and a top General.

Juan Carlos Montenegro served in his brother-in-law’s cabinet as Minister of Information.  639 more words

Corruption