Miranda Atkinson of the University of Oregon did a summary of some issues, let us review the micro, macro and Midrange issues of this American Patriot, Hillary Clinton.
On September 12, 2017, Hillary Clinton released her memoir and eighth book, “What Happened”
Detailing her attempt to steal the American election the first time, Joe Biden was successful. I have met one HRC supporter once, and never met a Joe Biden supporter. I have never spoken to someone who supported him either, it is hard to get past the fact he is creepy around little girls.
Summing up the article in the simplest terms, Hillary Clinton did not win President because she was the worse possible option. How she responded as secretary of state when the men in Benghazi were able to be evacuated and there is email proof to prove it.
“At this point what difference does it make!” Hillary Clinton, Secretary oF State
Let those men die, there were Marines a 100 miles away that could have eradicated the enemy and secured the objective within a few hours. But she fully aware of what was happening, allowed for good men to die over pride and ego. Regardless of conspiracy theories, she let those men die on her watch. That makes her unfit for the Office of the President. Not because she is a women.
Now let’s go over these micro issues:
The first question is; “Both the Washington Post and Vogue articles include the journalist’s perspective . Evaluate this approach. Does this context make the articles more or less informative – or truthful – than they otherwise might have been? I personally think it distracts the reader of the context and pains a biased narrative for the reader to follow, in order to see it from the writers side. None of the information is factual, it is a subjugated opinion that provides information about an opinion.
Here is why Hillary Clinton should not be President!
If the attack was “almost certainly preventable”, and she did nothing to prevent it, then she is responsible for the death of those men. I would not want her to be the commander and chief. I have served in the military, specifically the United States Marine Corps, take my word for it. I have confirmed it with thousands of other Veterans. We all agree similar. Both men and women.
The second question I am not going to write down, it is about President Trump and uses leading rhetoric. His critique of the book? was ok, his personal viewpoints on everything was not necessary.
Here are some midrange issues.
1. How does social justice reporting in women’s magazines illustrate the fault lines between the second and the third wave of feminism? If people want equality out, they need to stop complaining about being treated like equals. What influence does the age of the reporters- Ruiz is about 10 years younger than Marcus – have on your answers? Experience does not come with age, experience comes by experience. I think experience and knowledge are more important than age.
2.Because activism sells, magazines and other publications that rely on ad sakes are now able to publish content focused on social justice issues. Should media outlets “sell” social justice? Activism in my eyes does not sell as well as fear. Activism compels one to some form of separation, the fear that we have to change the present, or we create some horrible future. Activism has become more of a social media justice warrior phenomenon. People really think that solely Tweeting about something, or even just simply liking it on Facebook is good enough a cause as say, liberating a country being enslaved by a ruthless tyrannical terrorist regime. The lines should be easily distinguishable. I fell however, when we blue the lines of separation, when we make things about race and gender, we stop almost all forms of logical communication. Should media outlets, “sell” social justice? Isn’t it their job? To sell information? Isn’t all forms of social justice, some form of information? We need to clearly define the issue being addressed in the “social justice” presentation, before we just blast the information to everyone. Context is important, and “media” outlets which social media has become the main source for most people’s consumption of media information, need to make sure the information is factual before be just take it into our own hands to become the judge, jury and executioners.
The last is the macro issues.
1: Julie Wittes Schlack in Not Your Mother’s Feminism: Teen Vogue And the Next Wave of Activism explains that “we as women have more important matters to discuss that whether we’re selling out or preserving the patriarchy every time we apply mascara.” In other words, the women’s movement has moved past the over simplification that fashion is bad for feminism. From the role as magazine editor, evaluate this statement.
It should not be about gender, but about the policies the person has lobbied for.
Which is more important: unbiased reporting or using journalism as a social justice tool? Report the facts, and do what is right. That means not doing what is clearly wrong.
Do these questions set up a false dichotomy for news organizations?