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More than once this election cycle, it has been declared “The Mormon Moment.” Look no further than Broadway (The Book of Mormon is a hit) or television (Big Love and Sister Wives, about the polygamous lives of fundamentalist Mormons, are too). Or the Republican race and the candidacies of Jon Huntsman (now defunct) and Mitt
OHIO — There’s a well-known truism that you can’t have it both ways. But that’s never stopped politicians, especially in the heat of a presidential campaign, from giving it a go. And when they do, it’s the job of the press to call them out. That’s just what The Blade of Toledo did this week,
MICHIGAN — Election night demands instant coverage from reporters—not just to name a winner, but to define how voting patterns shape the victory. And often, that process of definition begins before the results are even in. Here in Michigan, well before the votes were tallied in Tuesday’s Republican presidential primary, journalists had begun to report
Combine the culture of checkbook journalism with the culture of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. and you get one of the biggest media scandals of all time. Paying for news is at the root of News Corp.’s hacking and bribery scandals, and the reaction by tabloid hacks to the revelations about The Sun is revealing about