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"Tonight's Word: Report Card" - Heisenberg - 7.18.17

Entry Submitted by Heisenberg at 10:30 PM EDT on July 18, 2017

Be cool, stay in school. - Public Service Announcement

And that brings us to tonight's word: REPORT CARD


Schools out for summer. Been out. Why do you think it feels empty in here? Everyone's in Cancun on senior trip. Going parasailing. Tequila shots at senor frog's. Calamari on the beach. Cornrows everywhere. But amidst all that relaxation, intercepting your report card before mom sees it, can't escape your mind. Gotta get eyes on it first. Just to assess the damage on the chalk marks. Maybe bring mom home some flowers just in case.

The news is good. Not good..great. You passed. You passed empathy, project preparation, discernment, exchange appointment readiness, light working, conference call listening (easy A) and algebra (did you know there's a sextillion? Doesn't come up as a recognized word on my phone...Imagine that) with flying colors. Nailed em. Mom would be so proud. However if I must point out why a few of you missed your 4.0...are you open to a little self criticism? (Yes I know where I am) But you wanna make mama proud, doncha?

But if I must point out a class many struggled with, it's journalism. But no worries, there's still a little time for a crash course and get that average up. Maybe knock out a couple more chalk marks while were at it. And who doesn't want a few more good chalk marks? We're not all savages are we? Eh pusherman? So....back to basics. Journalism and why it just might be one of most important class you've ever taken.

Journalism is the activity of gathering, assessing, creating, and presenting news and information. It is also the product of these activities.

Its first loyalty is to citizens.

The publisher of journalism – whether a media corporation answering to advertisers and shareholders or a blogger with his own personal beliefs and priorities — must show an ultimate allegiance to citizens. They must strive to put the public interest – and the truth – above their own self-interest or assumptions.

A commitment to citizens is an implied covenant with the audience and a foundation of the journalistic business model – journalism provided “without fear or favor” is perceived to be more valuable than content from other information sources.

First off, journalism is a search of the truth for the sake of society. Without fear or favor. Let that sink in. Truth. For Zimland. Fearless. Beyond bribe. Is that you? I hope so. If not, maybe that's why your score (chalk) is low. Here's a little piggy back.

Independence is a cornerstone of reliability.

On one level, it means not becoming seduced by sources, intimidated by power, or compromised by self-interest. On a deeper level it speaks to an independence of spirit and an open-mindedness and intellectual curiosity that helps the journalist see beyond his or her own class or economic status, race, ethnicity, religion, gender or ego.

Journalism is a search for the truth. A gathering of many leads and sources of Intel and piecing them together to formulate an intellectual picture to the unknowing audience. Some of you are very good at this. The cream of the crop. Others fail miserably. Some expect every lead to pan out with ease. They expect every source to have golden Intel served up on a silver platter. Intel you can set your watch to. A true journalist realizes this just isn't the case. A lead is just that. An arrow to lead or point you in the right direction. Towards the truth.

Journalism has an unusual capacity to serve as watchdog over those whose power and position most affect citizens. It may also offer voice to the voiceless. Being an independent monitor of power means “watching over the powerful few in society on behalf of the many to guard against tyranny,” Kovach and Rosenstiel write.

Journalism is storytelling with a purpose. It should do more than gather an audience or catalogue the important. It must balance what readers know they want with what they cannot anticipate but need.

Having a sense of ethics is perhaps most important for the individual journalist or online contributor.

So why? Why is journalism so important for you as a chosen one? And why the low grade, Mr Hand? Because many accept gurus word as a source beyond question. Beyond doubt. As infallible. This Intel presented was not treated as a lead to run with or a hint at the truth for you to find. Although some did run with it...straight into a wall at times. Myself included.

Then I wonder about those with outrageous claims. Are they paid to drop bread crumbs or are they delusional and believe every word?

Remember Fox Mulder? I remember him chasing down the bizarre truth more than cuffing bad guys. Chasing the truth about his abducted sister, ET existence, and so many other paranormal leads. One of his sources, Deep Throat, never gave the full picture on a silver platter. Didn't even go on record. How many times was Fox frustrated at not being able to piece it all together? But he never gave up. Never stopped turning stones. And a desire to never stop searching for the truth, is one of the many cornerstones of journalism...and our jobs.

Funny story recently. This journalist following the Trump story tweeted this after getting scooped by Trump himself. Setting of a hilarious rant about his professing and lost work.

Full story: https://www.dailydot.com/unclick/worked-story-year-tweet-now-meme/

So why the big hub bub, bub? Well because we're journalists. When the rubber meets the road, we are journalist for the truth. Every time we post or agree on someone else's post, we are giving a simplistic form of journalism. We are taking leads from sources and presenting them to the public as our version of the truth. And I guess that's why all the chalk marks. Are we journalists with compromised integrity? Are we beyond fear and bribery? Our professors are keeping track of our "truths" by way of colored chalk. Sobeit.

Writing a blog entry, commenting on a social media site, sending a tweet, or “liking” a picture or post, likely involves a shorthand version of the journalistic process. One comes across information, decides whether or not it’s believable, assesses its strength and weaknesses, determines if it has value to others, decides what to ignore and what to pass on, chooses the best way to share it, and then hits the “send” button.

Though this process may take only a few moments, it’s essentially what reporters do.

Journalists need to be equally clear about their role, both to themselves and to the public. A journalist is not aloof from society. They are citizens. Even patriots. Journalists express their commitment and duty by performing the prescribed role of observer to provide their fellow citizens with the information they need to make judgments and decisions.

Even in times of war or national crisis, that means not only providing people with information they might find scary, but information the government or other powerful institutions do not want revealed.

As we move forward, we awaken ones are going to need to quickly interpret leads from sources and present them in an intelligent manner to the public. Now more than ever, ethical journalists are in desperate need. For the greater good of society. Our time here has been an education far greater than Trump University. Sorry.

Now that Zimland is topsy turvy, and mostly full of bullshit, I found a great read in "elements of journalism" that I came across yesterday. The core foundation of pursuing the truth without bias for the benefit and education of the public. If that ain't a light working chosen one's responsibility, I don't know what is. With billions or trillions or more at our disposal, we will need to interpret various forms of info quickly and present it in a clear understandable manner to those who have no clue whats going on. Tonight's Word: Press Pass. Woodward and Bernstein would be so proud. And your mama, too. Nice report card.

And that's the word








I can't get there on my own
You can't leave me here alone
I'm just trying to do what's right
Oh a man ain't a man 'less he's fought the fight

I could never point you out
Waste of space in a faceless crowd
Tell me what I have to say
If you know what's right, then you'll walk away

When the walls come down
When the walls come down
When the walls come down
When the walls come down

One by one I've seen em fall
Some just don't show up at all
I'm just here to fight the fire
Oh a man ain't a man 'less he has desire

And the walls come down
And the walls come down
When the walls come down
When the walls come down

You tore out my heart
And you threw it away
The western girl with eastern eyes
Took a wrong turn and found surprise awaits
Now there's nothing in the way
In the way
In the way
In the way

When the walls come down
When the walls come down
When the walls come down
When the walls come down

You tore out my heart
You threw it away
The western girl with eastern eyes
Took a wrong turn and found surprise awaits
Now there's nothing in the way
In the way
In the way
In the way



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