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My journalism requires free alcohol

My first reaction to journalist Ken Silverstein’s piece in Politico on why he hated his last employer was: Thank the good lord I said “eh, no” when editors asked me to write something like this after leaving Vice, which in … Continue reading

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‘Democracy Now! internships are paid’

Progressive newscast Democracy Now! has updated the language it uses to describe its internship program, reflecting an apparent decision to start paying its interns. As I reported last year in a piece for Vice, the show, hosted by Amy Goodman, … Continue reading

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The year in review

This year, 2013, wasn’t a bad year for me, all told, but it was a weird wooden roller coaster of a 12-month period with highs that were high and lows which are better left for my LiveJournal. In this weirdest … Continue reading

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