Tag Archives: journalism

Darrell Castle: The Worst Enemy the United States Has Ever Had

Darrell Castle, the 2008 vice presidential nominee and 2016 presidential nominee of the Constitution Party, released his podcast The Castle Report yesterday along with a transcript of the show excerpted below: 

Hello this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report. Today is Friday the 23rd day of October in the year 2020 and in this rather difficult trying year, we in the Castle family are doing fine.… Read more ...

Australian Greens: Assange’s rights should be upheld

From a press release of December 6, 2010, re-tweeted today, December 15, 2010:

Assange’s rights should be upheld: Brown
The Australian Greens
Monday 6th December 2010

Australian Greens Leader Bob Brown said today the government needs to make it very clear that Julian Assange has the same rights as any other Australian who is abroad and that his rights will be looked after by the Australian authorities.… Read more ...

David C. Larson: ‘Journalism most foul’

Emailed to contact.ipr@gmail.com by David C. Larson:

Iowa Illusionists astride the synonymous Donkey
Journalism most foul
by
DC Larson

“Bipartisanship is political apartheid to third parties and independents. Bipartisan means fair to a Republican and a Democrat. Bipartisan translates into manifestly unfair to those who have no intention of running in or voting for either major party.… Read more ...