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Objectivity in Journalism is a Fallacy by Christopher Paslay Sean Hannity recently stated on his radio program that “journalism is dead in America.” He made this comment in response to the attacks the media is waging against republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Although I agree with Hannity that Palin’s private life has been tastelessly scrutinized, I find it interesting that Hannity buys into the myth that there’s such a thing as a “fair and balanced” news media. Total objectivity in journalism is a fallacy. Hunter S.

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Topix - Australia News 1 hr ago | The Age The making of an unlikely radical Hated by progressives for his role in Gough Whitlam's dismissal and his ultra-conservative foreign policies when Liberal PM, Malcolm Fraser today believes Australia should cut all military ties to the US. Glencore in $74bn talks with Xstrata Luke Forrestal, Michael Smith and Nabila Ahmed Commodities trader Glencore is in merger talks with mining giant Xstrata to create an $US80 billion ­($74.6 billion) combined mining and trading house in a deal that would transform the global resources ­industry. London-based Xstrata, which owns coal, nickel, copper and zinc mines in Australia, confirmed last night it had been approached by Glencore about a “share merger of equals” and the two were still in talks. A tie-up between Glencore, the world’s largest commodities trader, and Xstrata has been tipped for some time but Xstrata has previously indicated it would want a premium to get a deal away.

Recommended mental health websites These will help with: Recognition of signs and symptoms Improving attitudes to self-help and help-seeking Feeling less alone Our recommendations Butterfly Foundation Bible is standard for objectivity in journalism, Olasky says - Florida Baptist Witness NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)-All journalists are shaped by their worldviews, and the only way to bring true objectivity to journalism is to be shaped by the worldview of the Bible, Marvin Olasky said at the Baptist Press Excellence in Journalism Banquet in Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 7. The banquet-the culminating event of the sixth annual Baptist Press national Collegiate Journalism Conference-featured award presentations for students achieving excellence in the fields of print journalism, photojournalism, broadcasting, web design and yearbook. Olasky is editor-in-chief of World magazine, a syndicated columnist and a professor at the University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of 17 books, and his writing has appeared in such newspapers at The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and USA Today. "Only when we take up these biblical lenses can we see things as they really are," Olasky said.

The Mayans still face poverty to this day, one of these reasons is because most can’t get a high paying job. The reason that most can’t get a job like that is due to the fact that they got reduced to poverty and slavery so none of the parents even earned any money for the family's well living so they clearly didn't have money for education, just as the Native Americans. by mayanempire Oct 31

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