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Among seemingly endless reports, studies and speculations that have almost unanimously heralded the death of the newspaper, the Columbia Journalism Review’s recent study stands out as both incisive and constructive for its detailed summation of the conditions that have caused … Continue reading
I know I’ve used the déjà vu/time machine analogy before, but if Michael J. Fox can make three Back to the Future movies, then I can make a sequel, too. Every time I read about how the Democrats first pandered … Continue reading
On August, 21, 2008 General Motors’ CEO Rick Wagoner stood on a makeshift stage in front of a packed audience of Lordstown autoworkers, state and local politicians, and civic leaders from the Mahoning Valley to announce that his troubled global … Continue reading