Bike tripping leads to a new view of an old scene.
In the 25 years I have practiced journalism I have NEVER been in association with religious cults. However, I have been attacked and manipulated by their organized crime families which is a violation of my human rights, my rights as a journalist and my personal religious beliefs also recognized by the US Constitution.
The method of his divestment’s I find to be reasonable, appropriate and laudable – and not even required. However, while also not required, the excuses for not releasing his tax returns have been refuted and are ridiculous and thin. To truly act in good faith, exposing his business interests to the American people would be the right thing to do.
This photo shows where an enclave of “professional” journalists, apparently the remnants from The Huntsville Times, now working for “AL.com” have set up shop in downtown Huntsville – only three blocks from the original “Times Building.” Last week a senate panel approved guidelines in order to define what a journalist is under the new media […]
Wow. There are times in my challenged way of life that I stop and think how extraordinarily lucky I am to be a journalist at this time. I am not a newspaper man. I most certainly am not the Editor & Publisher of the Daily Oxymoron. An oxymoron unto itself, but all things in context. […]
I remember more than eight years ago when I began discovering the Internet and all it’s potential. There was no such thing as a “blogger” back in those days. The best computers were likely still running on 400 cpus, or less, and the idea of audio and video were seriously hampered by immanently slow connection […]