If democracy is in danger, and Democrats genuinely care about and want to protect and advance democracy, then why do they continue to defend and eagerly engage in what is obviously harmful to democracy, while labeling as enemies of democracy those who don't?
Narrative over facts. It’s how “journalism” is done these days. The latest example is the New York Times three by-line dump on Georgia’s elections, that seemed to pick and choose observations that supported their narrative over objective facts. Other “facts” were just flat made up or wrong. Doesn’t matter. They’re the New York Times. No
This week’s Courier Herald column: A year ago about this time I wrote a column called “America The Beautiful”, in which I described an 8,000-mile road trip. The overriding point of that piece was that the real beauty of our country is in its people. This is best experienced and appreciated in person, and I
This week’s Courier Herald column: In the fall of 1983 I began the only formal training I’ve had in the field of journalism. It was then that I became a staff member of The Tigers’ Roar, the student newspaper of Fayette County High School. I was a freshman. As was and is typical of fourteen
The following was posted to Facebook by Renee Y Moss, a farmer from Southwest Georgia, and is reprinted with permission. The response from the New York Times is included as well. I just sent this letter to the NYT. Please read; it will open your eyes to what media is doing in our country and
This week’s Courier Herald column: It is wise to be wary of “national conversations” that we have right before elections. For the past couple of weeks, the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh had many national and local media outlets invoking the recent Me Too movement as part of the process. Directly and indirectly,