A potential motto the Press Clubs in America?
Accessories are important for a photographer's ensemble
A phalanx of OPD officers walks behind Occupy Oakland's Move-In Day March
"A Nation of Sheep," written by William J. Lederer has been on our literary radar screen for many years just because of the catchy title. When we were presented with the chance to buy a used copy in BU (Brilliant Uncirculated) condition recently, at a bargain price, we snapped it up quickly. Among the usual suspects list of places in Berkeley CA where a thrifty fellow can buy desirable additions for one's personal library at prices that won't destroy a tight budget, the number of available books that criticize American Journalism seems astoundingly high, until a proper assessment of the phenomenon is made. The University located in
That, in turn, reminded us of the fact that the World's Laziest Journalist has intended for some time to write a column about the fact that
[We can use the sexist word "boys" because we heard a recent report about a new book on KCBS that reports that there is a paucity of women in the clique of reporters covering this year's Presidential Campaign.]
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