Esquire: Lies and race-baiting to promote central power

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February 16, 2012
Tenth Amendment Center
by Mike Maharrey  
Posted in Commentary

"Perhaps things have changed since 1976, but when I attended journalism school a few years ago, my professors put a lot of emphasis on getting basic facts correct. You know; things like the title of the movie you’re reviewing. And the producer. Granted, sometimes ascertaining facts can prove difficult. It takes a little effort and research. In journalism 101, I learned the importance of talking to people involved in my story to gather information and confirm my assumptions." (02/16/12)  

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