How to find out who’s a catholic and who’s not.  (Thanks, Josh!)  I don’t mean to be rude to the catholics. The idea that you have to be a catholics to watch a news broadcast on network television is not just a relic of the past. I would be lying if I said that I didn’t still think about news broadcasts in my head when I’m writing a story. When I read a news

or a news story, I’m reminded that we have to ask ourselves a very important question: Are we telling the truth?Do we really want to hear the lies?This is a fundamental truth about news: it is a tool for reporting the truth.It is, at its best, an honest way to inform the public, and it […]

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