Misinformation, Lies, & Real Emotions: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

philadelphians have a reputation for being tough and character flawed. philly sport fans placed the city of brotherly love on the map when the city placed a jail in the football stadium dedicated housing disorderly and unruly fans. the fans took it to another level when they famously booed santa clause. dp recently, national newsContinue reading “Misinformation, Lies, & Real Emotions: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Times Change…People Don’t: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

Noah was a righteous man he was perfect in his generations; Noah walked with God. genesis 6:9 people grown up in their era, their time, and their values. noah’s story best illustrates this concept. noah, in his time, was humanity’s best. noah’s righteousness, however, may not compare well with the righteousness of future generations. asContinue reading “Times Change…People Don’t: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Was Old News Good News? A Ten Commandments’ Tale

before the internet and social media became primary new sources, journalism was quite different. absent the current instantaneous immediacy and the sheer value of clicks, periodicals were driven to produce quality reporting. journalists had more time to invest in their product. in these earlier times, journalists were often not the story originators. they would purveyContinue reading “Was Old News Good News? A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Herd Dishonesty: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

rollingstone magazine, which alleges that it is “journalism that matters,” recently published an article which is evidence of media herd dishonesty. journalism certainly does matter when the public is being lied to by journalists. the rollingstone’s article offers insight into modern journalism’s sheer depravity. the article, cited an oklahoma doctor’s allegations that there were irvermectinContinue reading “Herd Dishonesty: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

A COVID-19 Policy Truth Bomb? A Must Read About Government, Business & Journalism: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

follow the money this post’s focus is how government, business and journalism collaborate to create narratives and policy. this covid-19, story is another illustration of what happens outside of the public’s eye. for those searching for the truth, fasten your seatbelt, and enjoy this intellectual ride. the dailymail reported that merck, the ivermectin drug developer,Continue reading “A COVID-19 Policy Truth Bomb? A Must Read About Government, Business & Journalism: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

A Medal For Injustice? The Judiciary, Justice Department and Journalism Win the Gold: A Ten Commandments’ Story

justice delay is justice denied willam e. gladstone a recent criminal court ruling brought home gold medals in injustice. the ruling concerning mrs. gina chiles, mother of olympian jordan chiles, evidenced a moral failure of the judiciary, the justice department and the journalists covering the story. mrs. gina chiles got a great plea deal. sheContinue reading “A Medal For Injustice? The Judiciary, Justice Department and Journalism Win the Gold: A Ten Commandments’ Story”

What Smells Fishy? Tuna or Journalism? A Not So Kosher Tuna Sandwich Tale? A Ten Commandments’ Tale

journalism is all about the eyeballs. the more eyeballs, the better. a story about the subway store’s tuna raises eyebrows. was it a fish tale with no smoking carp? subway has been accused of selling bogus tuna. pehaps, the nytimes should be accused of selling a bogus story. fraudulent food is a real concern andContinue reading “What Smells Fishy? Tuna or Journalism? A Not So Kosher Tuna Sandwich Tale? A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

The Atlantic Rot of Lies

the atlantic magazine already had a reputation of questionable journalism. it only got worse. they essentially exposed that they have an institutional problem. the atlantic’s practice of journalism is so questionable that it shouldn’t even be considered as journalism. truthiness is a problem. the atlantic magazine’s latest run-in with the truth involves an article whichContinue reading “The Atlantic Rot of Lies”