Journalism proverbs

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◆ I believe in equality for everyone, except reporters and photographers.
- Mahatma Gandhi99
◆ Myth is much more important and true than history. History is just journalism and you know how reliable that is.
- Joseph Campbell99
◆ You're miserable, edgy and tired. You're in the perfect mood for journalism.
- Warren Ellis99
◆ If I want to knock a story off the front page, I just change my hairstyle.
- Hillary Rodham Clinton99
◆ Better a good journalist than a poor assassin.
- Jean-Paul Sartre99
◆ I became a journalist because I did not want to rely on newspapers for information.
- Christopher Hitchens99
◆ So much for Objective Journalism. Don't bother to look for it here--not under any byline of mine; or anyone else I can think of. With the possible exception of things like box scores, race results, and stock market tabulations, there is no such thing as Objective Journalism. The phrase itself is a pompous contradiction in terms.
- Hunter S. Thompson99
◆ No honest journalist should be willing to describe himself or herseif as 'embedded.' To say, 'I'm an embedded journalist' is to say, 'I'm a government Propagandist.
- Noam Chomsky99
◆ When there is no freedom, there is no creativity.
- Soud Qbeilat99
◆ In the English language, it all comes down to this: Twenty-six letters, when combined correctly, can create magic. Twenty -six letters form the foundation of a free, informed society.
- John Grogan99
◆ By giving us the opinions of the uneducated, journalism keeps us in touch with the ignorance of the community.
- Oscar Wilde99
◆ If a person is not talented enough to be a novelist, not smart enough to be a lawyer, and his hands are too shaky to perform operations, he becomes a journalist.
- Norman Mailer99
◆ People sometimes imagine that just because they have access to so many newspapers, radio and TV channels, they will get an infinity of different opinions. Then they discover that things are just the opposite: the power of these loudspeakers only amplifies the opinion prevalent at a certain time, to the point where it covers any other opinion.
- Amin Maalouf99
◆ To read a newspaper is to refrain from reading something worthwhile. [....] The first discipline of education must therefore be to refuse resolutely to feed the mind with canned chatter.
- Aleister Crowley99
◆ I had someone at the Houston police station shoot me with heroin so I could do a story about it. The experience was a special kind of hell. I came out understanding full well how one could be addicted to 'smack,' and quickly.
- Dan Rather99

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