NBA free speech: 1, China: 0

China’s biggest national TV station, CCTV, refused to air an NBA preseason game between the Houston Rockets and the Toronto Raptors on Thursday. According to Time magazine, the Chinese backlash comes after the Rockets general manager, Daryl Morey tweeted “Fight for Freedom, Stand with Hong Kong,” on October 8. Now if you haven’t been keeping... Continue Reading →

Private information is a news source too

We'd like to believe that ethics and morality are the founding pillars of good journalism, and in the grand scheme of things, I truly believe they are. But when leaked, private information becomes a journalist's only source, those moral pillars often seem to crumble. According to an article written for the Columbia Journalism Review, in... Continue Reading →

Can you sue if it’s true?

We all have past experiences we aren’t proud of. You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone without a few ancestral skeletons in the closet––but few take home the prize for cringeworthy family roots quite like Edward Tayloe II. Tayloe is your average 76-year-old guy from Virginia: he’s white, he's angry, and he just happens to come... Continue Reading →

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