Posts Tagged ‘news censorship’
According to the minutes for the November D:F/M faculty meeting, D:F/M Chair Jay Roman and Colleagues Bob Stanley and Karen Hunter (right now, I regard Colleague Hunter as a sort of overpaid journalistic diletante with a scurrilous reputation for making despicable comments about atheists) and others whose names were not in the minutes, were distressed that Colleague Parisi was being “singled” out for his comments supporting news censorship of the WORD.(more…)
Should journalism professors who support news censorship be publicly pilloried?
Stories are in the works.
Colleague Peter Paris, chief chaperone for the James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism, said at a faculty meeting of not long ago that he supported news censorship and that he supported censorship of the WORD. James Arson must be turning over in his grave because of the hypocritical nature of someone who has been passing himself off as a supporter of high journalistic principles.
Thus, a boycott is in the works. I plan to tell all my students: Boycott. Boycott Boycott.