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Advocacy journalism succeeds when a reader does not perceive he is being led. A blistering screed may excite supporters of the author’s point of view, but they seldom convert the undecided.
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The fact is that "Christian answers" no longer enjoy the cultural benefit of the doubt, and that changes the rules of the game for public discourse.
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For many years now the border cities of Mexico have been heavily impacted by the deportation activities of the US Border Patrol, but never more than with the current crisis of child migrants.
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The public's confusion about U.S. President Barak Obama's religion is on the increase, a new Pew Forum study finds.
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Desde hace ya muchos años las ciudades fronterizas mexicanas se han visto “afectadas” con las acciones de deportación que la Patrulla Fronteriza de EUA realiza a diario.
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Anti-Americanism is on the rise in Turkey and, fueled by pop conspiracy theories and hypocritical American policies, now threatens relations with the United States, said Hudson Institute scholar.
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As drug-related violence has plunged Juarez into crisis, dis-integration has hobbled the city’s second-largest religious community at a time when the city can least afford it.
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Paper presented at The Media Project's conference "Fact vs. Rumor Journalism in the 21st Century" | Istanbul, Turkey | June 4 8, 2007
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A new history of strongman Efraín Ríos Montt concludes that his faith was genuine, though it had little to do with his anti-communist earth scorching.
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Paper presented at The Media Project's conference "Fact vs. Rumor Journalism in the 21st Century" | Istanbul, Turkey | June 4-8, 2007
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