About That McCloskey Photo

There are a lot of posts going around lately about that photo. You know the one. It depicts St. Louis attorneys Mark and Patricia McCloskey […]

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NYTimes Reports: Propaganda Mills Have Replaced Local News

“You provide the prose poems. I’ll provide the war.” – Charles Foster Kane, Citizen Kane You are probably familiar with “advertorials,” the relatively benign mash-ups […]

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Thank You, Christopher Dickey

Yesterday, the world lost one of the great journalists, and great human beings, who have shaped our thinking in the last half century. American correspondent […]

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Social (Media) Distancing

Between the headline and the Share button. Access to credible, useful information could not be more essential than it is in the present moment. But […]

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Deepfakes & The Choice to Be Deceived

Immediately after the 2016 election, many Americans discovered just how much fake news they were sharing via social media.  And for about ten minutes, the […]

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