Where do you find news you can believe? News you can trust?
The newspaper, television; facebook; twitter, online?
- If the camel’s nose is under the tent … a parable at a linkedIn page
- “In the ‘new propaganda era’ we are entering, where the frontier between information, communication and propaganda becomes blurry … ” – Reporters Without Borders DEFENCE HANDBOOK FOR JOURNALISTS AND BLOGGERS
- “Journalism crisis leads to shameful compromises” – Important to read opinion column at Al Jazeera America
- reklama or рекла́ма – WikiPedia
- When the messages get “distorted.” – The Washington Post
- It’s all good | Gee, isn’t it curious … with all the turbulence surrounding the Manheim Township School District Board indiscretions, there are no comments at the facebook site?
- “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” – First Amendment to the United States Constitution
- This comes from a facebook page; items as this ought to be posted at the Columbia Police Department’s facebook page: “The opening of the new 441 bypass was held up while PenDot engineer programmed this lite,(they wanted to get it right) and it’s still a danger.Needs reported to somebody.”
- Which is worse? Shielding the truth or recording the truth? Depends on which side you sit on. Manheim Township’s acting super thinks “whistleblowing” is: “I would be surprised if they weren’t investigating that as the primary thing that would bring the DA in as opposed to anything that was said or done in that meeting.” – Lancaster Online
- Pennsylvania a leader again | Gas prices, national average for regular – $1.71; Pennsylvania – $1.89 – AAA’s fuelgaugereport