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Bad journalism? You decide (part five)

Huffington Post keeps making sure that people read news articles few people would actually click on by posting their links on its Facebook page or on my AIM email newsfeeds page. I never comment on any of them on my blog or under their comments section but the following article prompted me to share my unbiased opinion with you here on my blog: Banker Leaves 1% Tip On $133 Lunch Bill In Defiance of ‘The 99%’ [UPDATED]. The entire reporting constitutes bad journalism, and in this article, I will explain why I think so. Continue reading


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A successful operation

 The killing of Osama Bin Laden was obviously a successful operation but what is the key to its success? With this article I will briefly explain my theory behind the success of operation Geronimo. Continue reading

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Barack Obama compared with George W. Bush on Bagram detainees

Today’s Huffington Post came out with this article on their home page. Although it merely explains the matter, it looks as if authors Nedra Pickler (who appears to have had numerous blunders so far… click here and here) and Matt Apuzzo are trying to criticize the President’s standing on the issue of Afghan detainees, not to mention its title whose purpose, of course, was to make people read the article but it appears to have certain side effects (we can tell what).

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