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Comparing headlines and the Gazette’s stealth missile

Thursday, February 25, 2010

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Headline on the Gazette’s Web site this morning: “Tax hikes signed by Ritter.” Headline on the Denver Post Web site this morning: “Ritter signs bills to end tax breaks, help balance budget.” Are we looking at bias here? The Gazette trends right, the Post trends left. Do the headlines mirror the editorial positions of the […]

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Plagiarism and The Gazette’s editorial wrath

Wednesday, July 8, 2009


Readers of this morning’s Gazette were greeted by a front-page note from Editor Jeff Thomas that announced the firing of a summer intern for the grave sin of plagiarism. According to Thomas, the unpaid “employee” had plagiarized parts of four different stories which had run in the paper. In the single example cited by the […]

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