From Town Criers to Bloggers: How Will Journalism Survive the Internet Age?
I am writing to LOUDLY plead the case for journalism, free use of the internet, and free speach. Therefore, I do not request any confidential treatment. Of all the rights we enjoy in America, there are none in more present jeopardy and as essential to our liberty, as unihibited access to the media. You see, there is NEVER ENOUGH INFORMATION unless you choose to live in fear! The Dissident by Wendy Padilla One man's outcry falls unheard on Halls of Justice so misnamed with predetermined verdicts that hold him bound and chained While other men refuse to see the anguish in his quest and close their ears as not to hear his life become a test A dissident is he who finds the meaning of the I while all others speak as We from Halls that house repeated lies that reappear as Rights disguised Minds as kernels must be fertile and nurtured in their youth so that men may know their souls are free and yearn to speak the truth