Posts Tagged ‘ Columbia Journalism Review ’

Missed Connections (Ted Cruz Flops On GMA)

Missed Connections (Ted Cruz Flops On GMA)

We’ve come to expect dissimulation and manipulation from the news media in our country, especially major commercial and public broadcasting networks, national newspapers and prominent Web aggregators such as the Huffington Post and Buzzfeed. We’ve seen this repeatedly in foreign affairs coverage, which has led to a host of disastrous policy decisions in countries ranging...
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Executive Action (Public Radio Weighs In)

Executive Action (Public Radio Weighs In)

And the myth of the “highly-skilled” H-1B visa holder continues to be propagated by the mainstream media with nary a word of dissent voiced. In this case, it’s being broadcast by NPR, which has never met a specious open borders argument it wouldn’t wholeheartedly embrace.  For the record, there are actually more STEM graduates...
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A Parable Of Modern America

Dennis Michael Lynch, director of They Come To America, questions the mythology constructed by open borders proponents-and peddled relentlessly by Zuckerberg & Co.-which delegitimizes the qualifications of well-educated, industrious American citizens in STEM fields who are being denied job opportunities because of Silicon Valley’s addiction to indentured labor.
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Two Americans (A Postscript)

Two Americans (A Postscript)

One of the most frustrating aspects of the immigration monologue that’s unfolded over the past few years is the inability of one side-representing those who are committed to open borders and an uninterrupted stream of mass immigration-to acknowledge the legitimacy of the concerns expressed by their opponents, despite the fact that they constitute a...
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Hating Breitbart

Hating Breitbart

It’s been over a year since we lost Andrew Breitbart, although it seems much longer, and his departure is just as piercing today, as we confront an administration unencumbered by the rule of law, overseen by a politically neutered Congress, and whose actions are facilitated by a press whose slavish devotion to the left’s...
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Happy Flag Day, America

Happy Flag Day, America

Apparently, not everyone embraces this patriotic occasion with as much fervor as the followers of this website. It should come as no surprise that the Washington Post, a publication almost without parallel in ignoring dissenting views regarding immigration, would seek to elevate Mexican chauvinism at the expense of the United States. Aside from the contemporary,...
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The Truth About Jobs and Americans

The Truth About Jobs and Americans

It’s rare for me to single out for praise the Columbia Journalism Review, a  liberal professional journal published by the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, but this week it ran an article that is an absolute must-read. Head over to their website and read this piece immediately, if you haven’t already done so. It demolishes...
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