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October 30, 2012

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Is she a journalist or an activist? She certainly seems to be expressing a point of view. I thought a "real" journalist would report all the facts from a neutral point of view.

There's a difference between being a partisan and reporting the truth. Corporate journalists have been justly criticized for reporting falsehoods just for the sake of 'balance.' Goodman won't do that.

The movement to end the death penalty is just one of many movements for social justice and change that the media should be following,

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