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Press Passes for Covering National and International Events

Both full time and part time journalists need credentials that will get them recognized as serious workers in the media field. There are many private organizations that give authentic media credentials to serious and budding journalists, helping them to cover major events.

Syria’s False Definition of Strength

Some in Syria have claimed President Obama to be weak by virtue of his negotiating with Congress and Russia instead of unilaterally declaring war on the Assad government. These people have a wrong definition of what is strength and what is weakness. And that definition has had a lot to do with making Syria the terrible place that it is.

China Pulls Out All the Stops To Control Its Economic Flows Without Regard to Free Markets

China has been an unbelievable success story ever since Richard Nixon went over to China to talk with Chairman Mao. For over thirty years China’s economy has experienced 10% year-over-year growth, although it has now slowed slightly as a percentage of that larger pie, it’s still growing at an unbelievable clip. Still not all is well in China, as they are experiencing raising labor rates, rising inflation, and they are running out of markets that can use that massive level of exports, as other emerging markets pull back, the EU fails to recover, and the US is only slightly growing.

What Is a Press Pass and How You Can Get It

Whether one is a part time photographer or a full time journalist, one needs a press pass or equivalent press credentials if they wish to cover news or seek admission to a particular event. This article covers the meaning of the press pass and how one can get these passes.

10 Kick Ass Facts About Riler Sheriff

Riler Sheriff’s Family Gave Him a Girl’s Name: “Little Riley.” Riler’s family never called him “Riler.” They preferred to call him by his nickname “Riley” or “Little Riley.

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