Some Updated Answers On No-nonsense Strategies For
Independent reporters, of course, are irritants, and young ones may make more mistakes than older ones would. I was a Christian college provost/academic vice president for four years, put up with some negative stories in the college newspaper, and sometimes told the young journalists I thought they were wrong—but never said they couldn’t write a story, and never purged the editorial staff. The purpose of an educational institution is education, and its leaders need to decide whether they are teaching students to be slaves, or free men and women. I’m not certain how far Olasky is willing to these arguments. Has he written against Trump’s attacks on the freedom of the press? Given that he too believes that the mainstream media is biased, I wouldn’t hold my breath. Olasky is a far-right conservative, and I disagree with nearly everything he writes. Why this piece, then? It may be that that there was already no love lost between WORLD Magazine and Liberty University—I don’t know one way or another. It may simply be that the actions of Liberty’s administration against what Olasky saw as reasonable reporting offended him deeply, given his interest in promoting independent Christian reporting. Either way, Olasky didn’t hold punches in condemning Falwell’s actions, or those of the Liberty University administration.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.patheos.com/blogs/lovejoyfeminism/2018/08/38382/
Somehow, she made people feel what she was singing. The greatest of them all, the Guardian declares . The Daily Telegraph says she was without question the most superlative singer in popular music over the past 60 years – despite what it calls the “baroque tribulations” of her life. For the Daily Express she had a voice and presence beyond compare and that, according to the paper’s columnist David Robson, is a judgement not open to debate. The Spectator website says that, unlike every other pop star of the 1960s and 1970s, she would have been among the finest of the previous generations, too. It concludes its tribute by declaring: “The Queen is dead and we shall never hear her like again.” The Daily Mail leads on the call by MPs to relax rules surrounding e-cigarettes. It describes the suggestion by the Commons Science and Technology Committee as “hugely controversial”. The paper says leading scientists have accused the MPs of largely taking evidence from researchers who have published studies positive to e-cigarettes and of ignoring evidence pointing out health risks. According to the lead in the Daily Express, councils are ignoring a plea to honour the dead of World War One. It says the former head of the army, Lord Dannatt, has revealed that only 160 out of 433 councils are backing a project marking the centenary of the end of the war. The remainder have either refused or not bothered to reply to his letter urging them to get behind plans to install 6ft aluminium silhouettes of soldiers across the UK.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit https://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-the-papers-45216641