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Here’s a news flash for the New York Times -- evil exists and can be found in all times, places, peoples and cultures (not just in white, upper middle class, evangelical men).
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Dispensing with the “wrong side of history,” the Birmingham News forgoes traditional standards of journalism in covering the gay-marriage debates in an Episcopal diocese in Alabama.
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Not all victims of the Nazi terrors of the 20th century have received justice, nor received the sympathy of the mainstream media.
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While the Daily Mail does many fine stories that conform to the highest professional standards of journalism, this piece on police incompetence is a howler that does the paper no credit.
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A race to the bottom is underway in journalism. We are now at a point where the Sun, a British tabloid, is a better source for religion reporting than the Independent.
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Pope Francis’ remark about Catholics breeding like rabbits is a joy for the reporters who cover him. It's also a puzzle they can't seem to solve.
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Reports that South Korea's constitutional court has overturned a law criminalizing adultery offer a teachable moment on headlines and the changing face of journalism.
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This article from The Economist earns high marks. I'm pleased to see a story break free of the conventional wisdom that the Church of England has expired.
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Cowardice, political correctness, social constraints -- what is behind the phenomena of self-censorship in the media these days?
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The New York Times stands accused of altering a quotation from a survivor of the Charlie Hebdo massacre and soft-peddling the killers' Islamist fervor, but the charge appears to be unfounded.
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