Tag Archives: Mainstream Media

The Unbridgeable Gap

Author and cartoonist Scott Adams colorfully describes one of the lamentable features of our current society as “two movies, one screen.” The concept is that our reality has, for practical purposes, split into two.  Everyone has access to the same … Continue reading

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A New Voice: The Launching Pad

I’ve recently become a contributor for a website called A New Voice.  It’s a commentary site with its focus on pop culture and politics (especially the intersection of the two), with a right-of-center point of view and an additional goal … Continue reading

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Saving Our Skins

I didn’t think much of it one way or the other when Harrison Weinhold brought up the Washington Redskins’ nickname during the podcast we recorded over a week ago.  The conversation meandered from weighty issue to weighty issue, and the … Continue reading

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Let’s Be Honest

In the midst of my daily constitutional through the virtual halls of Sporcle, a peculiar banner ad caught my attention. Like most free websites, Sporcle relies on high traffic and banner ads to create revenue.  The banner ads range widely … Continue reading

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National Media Covers UR and VCU as Only They Can(‘t)

As the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University triumphantly earned their way into the Sweet Sixteen, the fact that both schools are located in the same city has not escaped the watchful eye of the New York Times. To … Continue reading

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