Tag journalism ethics

Charlie Hebdo: Freedom of Expression and Its Responsibilities

Tolerance

October 1, 2020

Charlie Hebdo: Freedom of Expression and Its Responsibilities

While there is no rote answer to that question, I believe that upholding free expression has two sides. One side, of course,...

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Hell Froze Over and Pigs Can Fly: An Honest Story About Scientology

Media & Ethics

May 8, 2020

Hell Froze Over and Pigs Can Fly: An Honest Story About Scientology

The article contained no controversy, no sensationalism, no drama, and most of all, no bias. How refreshing to view something...

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LAist Breakfast: Journalism With a Side of the Same Old Diatribe

Media & Ethics

September 21, 2018

LAist Breakfast: Journalism With a Side of the Same Old Diatribe

If Sofia Kercher had decided to be honest with Scientology Celebrity Center International about her intentions during her...

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A Scientologist’s Response to “Critics”

Scientology Religion

September 17, 2017

A Scientologist’s Response to “Critics”

Journalists always seem to get their panties in a wad, downright insulted that Scientologists, when asked to “respond to...

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A Story about Rocks, Inspired by Rolling Stone

A Story about Rocks, Inspired by Rolling Stone

“The pen is mightier than the sword,” as the saying goes. If you give an idiot a sword he’ll end up hurting innocent...

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