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Tag Archives: Government
Donald Trump’s Support Hits New Highs in National Poll
Billionaire mogul and extraordinary entrepreneur Donald Trump has recently seen his support as the Republican nominee for president rise to 32 percent according to a new poll done by CNN. Since August Donald Trump’s support has risen massively. His biggest …
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Google Book Search vs. The Public Library – Who will win in terms of copyright
In the digital age, it’s become all too common to read books in digital form. From iPads to smartphones to kindles, it’s easier than ever to “check out” a book from a local library to read. It’s time the public …
Investigative Journalism, Where’d You Go, I Miss you So
Seems like its been forever… since the last investigative piece of journalism that has shook the country. Now that I got my inner Fort Minor out of me, I’m curious as to why there aren’t these huge investigative stories in …
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BP Spills More Than Just Oil
It was announced today that British Petroleum has plead guilty to 14 criminal charges in regards to the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf that killed tens of thousands of wildlife in the area, as well as 13 crew members …
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Introducing the Internet in Some Cultures Can Make All The Difference
Once a culture is introduced to the Internet, information is discharged at a constant frequency. Social Media, blogging, Internet news sites, and social media sites have become an equal force to conventional media such as newspapers and broadcast news. Internet …
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Consequences & Censorship: The Case of Mark Owen
“No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission that Killed Osama Bin Ladin” hit bookshelves on September 4th, 2012, but has been followed with controversy. The book, written under the pseudonym Mark Owen, provides an autobiographical account of the …
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Google: The Monopoly?
In this day and age, the term “Google it” is synonymous with finding out any term, phrase, or pretty much anything that you don’t know. The infamous site will take your word or phrase of words and find pretty much …
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Should Freedom of the Press Be Truly Free?
In the world we live in today, pretty much anything that happens around the world can be documented, either by pictures, articles, videos, and much more. The question is “Should all of these releases be accessible by the general public …
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Is the Government’s 4th Branch Dead?
It is widely known that though the Constitution boasts a separation of powers of the three major branches, there is a fourth branch that is somewhat of a supervising force of the other three. The media is commonly known as …
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