Monthly Archives: September 2010

Jerry Lewis, You Are The Man

I know that Jerry Lewis has his flaws, but he deserves to be saluted as a national hero for the work that he has done over the last 45 years with the Muscular Dystrophy Telethon, which has raised $2.45 billion. … Continue reading

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Temple Owls Claw Past Villanova. Keep The Rivalry

As a long time Temple football fan, I was disappointed when they decided to renew their rivalry with Villanova a couple of years ago. It seemed like a no-win situation; if Temple wins, they beat a 1-AA, FCS team, but if … Continue reading

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The Decline of Investigative Reporting

There’s a good article in American Journalism Review about the decline of Investigative Journalism. As newspapers have seen circulation plummet, they have cut costs and jobs, and cut back on investigative reporting due to expense. There’s a great tradition of … Continue reading

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What’s Your Opinion of Obama’s Iraq Speech? Was Iraq Worth It?

President Obama took heat from both sides of the political aisle for his Iraq speech last night. Conservative Republicans criticized him for failing to give President Bush credit for the surge in troops, while Liberal Democrats criticized him for failing … Continue reading

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