@murdochdavis Questions of value are separate. We’re establishing the duty of journalists to accept warranted facts about their topics.
@murdochdavis *Wingnuts* can’t agree on basic facts. Do YOU think that the facts I presented are not warranted?
@murdochdavis Warranted fact #1: the IPCC is not a fraud. Warranted fact #2: climate change is not a hoax.
@murdochdavis Yes, but we ought to require acceptance of warranted facts, about the topics you write on, as prerequisites.
The Sun decision regarding Ford establishes Ford’s “anomalous” behaviour as actually part of a pattern of Conservative politics. #cdnmedia
@murdochdavis Levant maintains that climate change is a hoax and the IPCC is a fraud. That’s not journalism.
@murdochdavis So? Building is a trade, and we still require builders to have integrity, not lie, be trustworthy.
@murdochdavis yeah, we disagree. If you don’t think trustworthiness is a requirement for journalism, you have a low opinion of journalism.
@murdochdavis What I’m saying is, any criteria that includes Levant as a journalist, is too broad, and undermines the industry.
@murdochdavis You’re asking me? You’re the editor. I thought you would have a more authoritative grasp on this.
@audreyseokhean Ha ha! I’m so happy that you’re here in Tweetsville.
@murdochdavis Bloggers fit that definition. So do public relations officers, communications staff and marketing officials.
@murdochdavis He qualifies as a journalist? Which criteria are you using?
@pressprogressca Great article, by the way.
Wow, I just got spammed by the The Star. #cdnmedia http://t.co/0UtlFIDuhQ
Toronto Sun reports on an “uninterrupted” Remembrance Day ceremony. #cdnmedia http://t.co/RDDQ1eEAje
@hughstimson nice mashup.
RT @sarah_harmer: We must follow their lead. http://t.co/JCqXhwngRv