All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Op-eds’

John McCain: “ESPN Tax” Needs To Go

John McCain became the best friend of many cable subscribers around the country earlier this month when he introduced the Television Consumer Freedom Act. The bill would allow consumers to subscribe to only the channels they want instead of having to pay for expensive bundles full of channels they’ll never watch. Now the congressman is pushing his bill in a …

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Fake NY Times Article Hurts WikiLeaks’ Credibility

Journalism has many rules that its practitioners must abide by. There are the usual rules like don’t plagiarize and always confirm your sources, but there’s one that I think is the most evil sin of them all – making up stories and passing it off as news. WikiLeaks was the center of a controversy this week involving such a scenario. …

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Warren Buffett Calls For Higher Taxes, Proves Twitter Has a Spelling Problem

Billionaire Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett has made a splash on the internet with a piece published yesterday in the New York Times. In the op-ed, entitled “Stop Coddling the Super-Rich,” Buffett makes the case that taxes need to be raised on the wealthiest Americans, and that the future of our country economically depends on this action. He writes that …

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