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"somehow, they still feel this work has something to offer."
I guess the "somehow" got me. True journalism is perhaps at its highest level of importance in a generation under the current situation, and also potentially at its highest level of being threatened by subversiveness and press access restrictions.
I just learned that this is the last Media Watch and I'm super bummed. It was a regular go-to column.
This Evan McMullin guy reads like a more rightwing version of Gary Johnson with a hard-on for guns. Some of Evan McMullin's economic policies may have Libertarian appeal, but a bunch of others do not.
I took the challenge to look, and he didn't right fit for me. If he was less hawkish, though, he could become a great GOP and/or LP party candidate.
What was the decision on this one?
Well, shit. Their careers are toast.
At approx. 37 y/o, I did not know he was so young! (Never met the guy.)
Your lede, which uses both Chicano and Latino in the same sentence, helped me learn what a Chicano is today. Simply: Chicano = A Mexican-born person (and only Mexican born) living in America. Latino, I guess, would be an American-born person of Mexican heritage.
I previously had assumed the two words were interchangeable, with no birth identity attached -- because I never looked.
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