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Journalism Student Following in a Long Tradition | Missouri Political News Service

Journalism Student Following in a Long Tradition

October 15th, 2009 by sclemons · No Comments

“The Associated Press wrote in a Sept. 20 story that Gov. Jay Nixon may be appointing false Republicans to partisan seats on state boards and commissions, but that doesn’t seem to be the case among Missouri State’s Board of Governors. Although some political contributions by board members might raise an eyebrow, there is little evidence that current members don’t really support the party to which they claim to be a member.” Read more…

I bet you’re guessing that the above quote was taken from the editorial pages of the reliably biased K.C. Star or the St. Louis Post Dispatch. Wrong! This quote was taken from an article written by a student journalist (in the news section!) with The Standard newspaper. (Missouri State University) With “reporting” like this, Ms Dimmitt will have a very bright future in journalism.



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