Media 101 Week 12

This week’s media class is about communication law that regulates the media. Students discovered Hollywood’s Hays Code, which highly censored movies from 1922 to 1968. Since then, we have the Motion Picture Association of America’s film rating system (MPAA), which is based upon age appropriation. The class also reviewed the NYTimes vs. Sullivan case from… Continue reading Media 101 Week 12

Presidential Debates

Really now, why must we hear the presidential candidates bicker? When are they going tell us what they stand for? I agree the host should have ability to mute the other speaker while the one is talking. Arguing like toddlers didn’t impress me nor change who I would vote for. With all the technology in… Continue reading Presidential Debates

Looney Tunes

This world is going plumb crazy! I just read that TV media station CNN has decided to take away Elmer Fudd’s rifle. This is absurd! Last time I read the constitution it states any United States citizen has the right to bare arms. CNN is infringing on Elmer’s constitutional rights to protect and provide for… Continue reading Looney Tunes