Is breaking news bending the news?

By Uchenna Ekwo How breaking news has become the new cliché in Cable TV networks Almost every news event or report on television networks today is labeled “Breaking News.” It is wrong and redundant.  As you may have observed, almost every news on CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News etc. is…

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Fadi Elsalameen Targeted by Terrorist Group

By Cav. Antonio Caruso The military wing of Palestine’s ruling party has issued a credible death threat against a well-known Middle Eastern expert, Fadi Elsalameen. The Palestinian-American democracy activist was announced as the target of a death threat from the al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, a Palestinian terrorist group, earlier this month.…

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The Smart American Electorate

By Uchenna Ekwo More than 159 million voters in America (precisely, 159,633,396) who cast their ballots in the historic 2020 presidential election demonstrated again that the electorate is smarter than most scholars and pundits think. In the groundbreaking book, The American Voter, University of Michigan’s researchers Angus Campbell, Warren E.…

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Triumph of Democracy over Demagoguery

By Uchenna Ekwo American people poured out into the streets in their millions across major cities on Saturday to greet the outcome of the historic 2020 presidential election. The same outpouring of excitement occurred in major world capitals in London, Paris, Abuja, and Berlin etc. In a tweet, the Mayor…

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