Category Archives: Journalism

Iphigenia: Anatomy of a Murder Trial

Here are some excerpts from this 2011 Janet Malcolm book: * What they say in their opening statements is decisive, of course. If we understand that a trial is a contest between competing narratives, we can see the importance of … Continue reading

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Twitter: ‘Legendary journalist and political commentator Cokie Roberts has died at 75’

I’ve spent many hours listening to Cokie Roberts on NPR and watching her on TV. I can’t remember anything memorable she ever said or did. What exactly makes her legendary? One hundred thousand American journalists could have performed her job … Continue reading

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Alternative To MSM Distribution

Comments at Steve Sailer: Bittorrent has been delivering decentralized, ad-free, censorship-free media for nearly two decades. It’s rock solid, well-proven, has extensive tooling, requires virtually no investment or overhead, and doesn’t require touching anything made by Hollywood or Silicon Valley. … Continue reading

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TGP: ARE TECH GIANTS WORKING TOGETHER TO CENSOR CONSERVATIVES? — Apple, YouTube and Facebook BAN Infowars on Same Day

Claire Khaw. 18:00 Kevin Grace: "There is a momentum amongst the progressives that is nothing less than Soviet – that they do not regard any dissent from their opinions as as legitimate: none of it, ever." https://t.co/oizCsNcBVq — Claire Khaw … Continue reading

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New York Times: ‘Is America Ready for the Mind of Terence Nance?’

I hate articles that start with “Is America ready for….”, because they usually turn out to be a tiresome lecture from a morally superior author. Often the piece is on behalf of some NAM (non-asian minority) and presumably, if the … Continue reading

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