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    Don’t Let the Facts Stand in the Way of a Good Story!(Editorial Review for Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News) After twenty-eight years working for CBS, Bernard Goldberg decided that he no longer wanted to work for a news station he didn’t admire. Thus, he resigned and began work on his book Bias; a book in which he merely draws attention to the media for reporting from a leftist perspective, preventing the audience from receiving an objective, unbiased view of what really

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    Editorial On Drinking

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    I walked into the house where the "party of the century" was going to be held. I was psyched to be going. At the time I was a little naive freshman invited to my first official high school party at a senior’s house. I was at the party no more than 30 minutes when this boy offered me a drink. Thinking nothing of it, I agreed. He brought back a half-filled cup. Before I took a sip, I recognized a familiar smell, one I really couldn’t my finger on. It wasn’t Pepsi and I knew it wasn’t Sprite. Then

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    Flag Burning Editorial

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    Flag burning can be and usually is a very controversial issue with people. Many people believe that the American flag stands for something important and shouldn’t be destroyed in that manner. Others believe that flag burning is a statement that one should be able to make without major repercussions. Both sides have valid opinions and both sides state their case well. Although I am neither nor or against the burning of the flag, I believe the right should not be taken away. I believe that if a group

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    Editorial: Ireland’s Past?

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    Editorial: Ireland’s past? The popular cliché about the island of Ireland being a place that the flow of time has left beyond is endorsed by a variety of perspectives. Emigration has made such a huge impact on Irish history that the Irish diaspora and its descendants far outnumbered the inhabitants of the Ireland of Ireland itself, and many of those outside Ireland who claim Irish descent remain emotionally attached to a conception of the “old country,” whose image in their minds is strongly associated

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    Dear Mr. Shawn Nauman, This letter is in response to your March 1, 1995 editorial regarding abortion. It must have been very tough at times, growing up with parents who were so young and unprepared for a child. I must commend your parents for doing such a wonderful job of raising a son who grew up to be so vocal with his opinions and thoughts. I realize with your mother being a teenager at the time of your conception, and with the timing of her pregnancy, with regards to the infamous Roe v. Wade

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    There are many aspects of a successful editorial; a proper editorial should always refrain from any bias persuading the reader to think a certain way. Editorials containing fallacies can be demeaning and can also disinterest your reader. Background information is also a requirement; it enlightens readers who do not know much about the topic in which you will be discussing. The Keystone XL Pipeline has been a hot topic in politics since 2012. If the bill was passed a nearly 2,000 mile long pipeline

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    Bullies

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    Bullies Upon reading last Sunday’s issue of the newspaper, then scanning the Editorial Pages my eyes were drawn to thick black letters entitling a column “Time to pick on bullies”. This editorial of Bill Thompson immediately laid claim that after a school shooting, news follows that the shooter was “bullied” by fellow students. Seeing where this topic was headed, I was intrigued to read on. After a short reminiscent review of how kids used to either tolerate the ridiculer, or as Mr. Thompson wrote

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    siblings. James mother was a opera singer and this is one of four distinct pieces of his life that reappears in Mildred Pierce. When Cain had grown up he entered the labor force, where he failed at a variety of jobs. He eventually became a editorial writer, who enjoyed and excelled at writing articles about food. Later James Cain became script writer, moving to Hollywood in the process. This brief outline of James Cain's life provides excellent insight into why he wrote Mildred Pierce

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    fields. In Dr. Fredrick’s Hall of Fame I have selected three editorials that I believe can be in the Hall of Fame. The editorials are "Do- Gooders Need to Let Us Decide for Ourselves What is Harmful " written by Ed Fulginitti, “Why We Don’t Need Animal Experimentation” written by Peggy Carlson and “Maybe Money Does Buy Happiness After All” written by David Leonhardt.All three editorials are based on different issues.The first editorial I selected, “Do – Gooders Need to Let Us Decide for Ourselves

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    Summary This paper explores the benefits provided by educational programs in jails and prisons. Included are the reasons inmates need education in order to successfully reenter society once they are released and use the knowledge and skills they have learned to obtain a job in order to support themselves and their families. Also examined in the paper are the financial benefits of incorporating educational programs instead of cutting them, as well as the effect these programs play on the recidivism

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    Canadian Press Coverage in the Middle East

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    apparently instinctive reaction to a problem of over-population, the mice willfully plunged to their doom off the cliffs of the Golan Heights. This bizarre story was the subject not only of straight news coverage in the Canadian press, but also of an editorial in the Globe and Mail on December 20. On November 1, 1985, the Globe and Mail also ran a photograph of a visiting Roman Catholic priest from Brazil, saying prayers on the banks of the Jordan River at the site where Christ is said to have been baptized

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    The Tribune against Measure Q

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    The Tribune against Measure Q The Tribune posted an editorial stating their opposition to Measure Q on Saturday, October 16th, 2004. It describes the debate over the measure “boiling down to one sentence: ‘It shall be unlawful for any person or entity to propagate, cultivate, raise, or grow genetically engineered organisms in San Luis Obispo County.” The Tribune claims that “Measure Q is a poorly written ordinance with unintended consequences of banning research on life-saving medicines

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    Foreign Language Essay

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    ese mismo año el publico sus primeros trabajos en La Caricatura, revista que se publicó en Madrid en los años 1892 y 1893. Probablemente por su necesidad de dinero, Antonio y Manuel se van a París. Manuel consigue un puesto de traductor en la Editorial Gamier para los libros en castellano destinados a Hispanoamérica. En marzo de 1899 empieza a trabajar y tres meses después Antonio tambien trabaja para el mismo editor. El trabajo que hacen es aburrido, cansado, y mal pagado, pero les consuela el

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    Luther King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” is an excellent example of an effective argument; it was written in response to an editorial addressing the issue of Negro demonstrations and segregation in Alabama at the time. He writes in a way that makes his argument approachable; he is not attacking his opposition, which consists of eight Alabama clergymen who wrote the editorial. This is illustrated in his opening sentence: “My dear Fellow Clergymen” (464). King was an activist for civil rights during

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    O'Neill's Debate on Education Students are not getting the Basic Knowledge needed today due to the poor upbringing and lack of respect for the need of education. In O'Neills editorial his reason for this was because the students as a whole did not want their ignorance exposed. However, he forgot to include that teachers are just as ignorant as the student. Give a teacher the same test and see hoe much they remember about what they we taught some odd number of years ago. It's not safe to assume

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    Black Man Standing

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    Black Man Standing: The Media’s Portrayal of African-American Men Documentation Style: MLA Name and Description of Target Audience: Readers of the Chicago Tribune Guest Editorial Section Forum/Genre Paper Would Take in Target Publication: Guest Editorial in the Chicago Tribune Brief Description of Assignment and Instructor Expectations for Critical Thinking: 4 page paper with a 2 source minimum, evaluating media in the terms of values it reinforces or resists, and the consequences this has

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    sophisticated vocabulary and strong, powerful words to grasp the attention of his audience. This article doesn’t exactly give the reader much leeway in choosing a side; there is not one good thing about Bobby Knight in this article. Throughout this editorial, the author really tries to get to your emotions. He uses pathos to try to persuade the reader into not liking Bobby Knight. “He screamed at referees, berated and belittled members of his own team, heaved chairs.”(Yardley) He is trying to make you

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    Pablo Neruda

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    capital, él encontró un grupo alerta, vuelto hacia la liberación de la poesía por la reforma poética, de anchas consecuencias de Vicente Huidobro, el inventor del Creacionismo. La obra de los años siguientes de Neruda acaba de ser reunida por la editorial española Cruz y Raya en dos muy dignos volúmenes que se llaman "Residencia en la Tierra". La obra del capitán de los jóvenes ofrece, desde la cobertura, la gracia no pequeña de un título agudo. "Residencia en la Tierra" dará todo gusto a los estudiosos

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    Cuando Cae La Noche

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    " De qué hablamos cuando hablamos de amor ", de Raymond Carver, 157 páginas, Editorial Anagrama. Cuando cae la noche. " Todas las narraciones, sean narraciones de hechos reales o de hechos imaginarios, parten de una estructura básica, de una estructutura profunda, de puesta en intriga, que algunos llaman fábula, que presenta una normalidad o equilibrio que se ve alterado, lo cual da inicio a una crisis, el desarrollo de la crisis y la restitución de ese equlibrio ".Al leer el libro de Carver "

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    Editorial Assignment

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    Should school be year round? Yes because they would have more time to learn, the teacher would have more time to teach, and not break. Students could will achieve more than what they been learning. They also would have time to study more skills then what they already have been learning and the past. Children could be in school for ten months straight learning what they need to learn to take them to the next year. The students probably would feel better by going to school year- round, Because they

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