Both Journalists & Literature Need More Frames.

In reviewing the literature on new coverage of environmental crises, one article posed the question on whether journalists should volunteer to help people experiencing natural disasters by doing activities, such as passing out water bottles. Another article mentioned that many journalists who covered 9/11 highlighted American values, such as strength, and showed support for the... Continue Reading →

What Do You Think?

Last Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson temporarily blocked Alabama’s “near-total abortion ban”, which would have taken effect next month to make abortion a felony to perform, except under specific circumstances.  Although I know that Alabama is a Republican state, the support from Alabama Governor Kay Ivey and Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall was surprising... Continue Reading →

The Way We View the Government Has Changed, but Scandals Still Remain

There is a discussion on whether President Trump obstructed justice through taking action towards the FBI’s investigation of Russian interference with the 2016 United States presidential election. There are concerns that Trump’s actions Targeted the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton Campaign to help Trump’s campaign, but according to the Mueller Report, there are no signs that... Continue Reading →

Trump Isn’t Taking The ‘Whistleblower’s’ Report Seriously; Should We?

On July 25, 2019, Trump reportedly asked Ukraine’s president, Zelensky, to investigate former Vice President, Joe Biden, and Biden’s son for political reasons. This past August, a member of the intelligence community filed a whistleblower complaint to the Intelligence Community Inspector General, regarding the July phone conversation between Trump and Zelensky. Politician, Nancy Pelosi, worked to... Continue Reading →

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