Posts Tagged plagiarism

Phony Outrage at Plagiarists: Depends on Who Steals from Whom!

Plagiarism is considered academic dishonesty and a breach of journalistic ethics; however, many famous authors such as Oscar Wilde, Shakespeare, Voltaire, Goethe, Rousseau, Alexandre Dumas, Jack London, T. S. Eliot, and many others were accused of plagiarism. This week The Daily Caller and other media sources reported repeated plagiarism from the liberal The Daily Beast […]

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Was Martin Luther King, Jr. a Good Man?

Each Wednesday I publish one of my old columns that I hope will be informative, instructive, insightful, and sometimes inspirational. Following is a column from 2008.  My new, brief eBook, Martin Luther King, Jr.: Judged by His Character, Not His Color! is now available at Amazon.com for $3.99.   Martin Luther King’s statement that a person should be judged by his […]

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