Things Journalists Are Taught Professors No Longer Believe

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The news is a bit slow for a Monday and there’s not much to blog about, so there was time to check in on Press Think, where a discussion is brewing on the subject of “Things I Used to Teach That I No Longer Believe”.

Having nothing much better to do in the Dog Day heat except hunker in the bunker and watch cable news, here’s the link to my first comment on the subject. If you are into journalism and academic esoteria, check it out.

If not, send us a comment on another subject and maybe we’ll get something going.

Blog Note: You may notice a new blog link down the right hand side of this page for a new blog called Perpetual Notions. There’s not much to report about the new blog yet, except that it is a start on the first new blog by a new author on The Locust Fork site. Ron Sitton will be blogging from Arkansas in that space. We will use anything earth shattering on the front page here, but check out the new kid on the block from time to time. We have plans for other bloggers to join us down the road to provide more variety – and give the cranky old editor and publisher a break from time to time.

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