The JFK assassination file that was mandated to be released 50 years after it was sealed was not released. Why did President Trump and AG Barr block the release? The stated reason is that because it affects national security. How convenient. Believe it or not, some events that happened before WWII are still classified under national security as well. If you understand why Continue reading “IF NOT NOW, WHEN?”
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An abundance of Gold has been discovered in California. Many people are buying Conestoga Wagons and heading west to seek their fortunes. However, with the mass exodus occurring in California, they are running into a lot of traffic.……….
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Losing access to an MSN email account due to poor programing by Microsoft…
So, Microsoft has a problem… I know, I know, what company doesn’t. What I am referring to is the fact that Microsoft’s email service at msn.com is no longer free. Of course if you had an account before the switch to the paid service, then you are grandfathered in. So, no harm no foul on Microsoft for that.
First of all, this article touches on some issues brought up on pages like Who can be a Journalist? and Are Press Credentials Required? In fact iNA’s Code of Conduct or “CoC”, which is a great guide for both aspiring and seasoned journalist alike. It is also the very core of what embodies what a journalist should be all about. This is partially why I chose to write just some of my thoughts on the Responsibilities of the Press and Journalism…
I know there are many Americans who’s only view of Thanksgiving Day is that of a day to feast on Turkey, Pies and all the fixin’s… to sit around the TV watching the game, or to take a nap after dinner… often referred to as, “succumbing to a Turkey-induced comatose state”.
On June 26th 2016, I witnessed a historic event at the Cocolí Locks in Panamá. The previous day, Jim & I had been to the Miraflores Locks during a Press Briefing, but neither seeing a ‘Panamax’ container ship transiting the locks on the 25th, nor during my first visit to Miraflores nearly 20 years ago, prepared me for Continue reading “A ‘Neo-Panamax’ event”
When Jim & I traveled to Panamá to cover the inauguration of the expanded Canal Locks, we were also able, as registered members of the Press, to attend a Press only briefing and tour the day before the big event.
As many of you know, I recently covered the Panama Canal Expansion Ceremonies. It was a grand celebration, and a big day for Panama. Buddy and I enjoyed being part of it, and we came away with a Continue reading “Panama Canal Expansion”
After a whirlwind trip to Panama to attend the inauguration of the new canal, I am back in Costa Rica. The celebration at the canal was clearly over the top.
Along with my partner, Buddy, I spent three days in and around the canal in pursuit of the story about the new expanded part of the canal. We attended the inauguration Continue reading “Back from Panama”