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George Orwell - brilliant understanding of complex subjects articulated in a way even a child could understand.


A twisted pomegranate, a 250 year old oak and an art class

The Treaty Oak is a field live oak (quercus virginiana) that is the oldest living thing in Jacksonville. It’s called “Treaty Oak” because way back in the 1930’s a journalist wrote a story claiming that a treaty between the native Floridians and the Spanish had been singed beneath it. This “journalist” made up the story to save the tree from a developers axe. It worked, for many years the story was believed.


Luis Enrique has "great faith" in Barcelona players ahead of Champions League clash #Champions_League #Barcelona #Football


Josep Pla was a Catalan Spanish journalist and a popular author. As a journalist he worked in France, Italy, England, Germany and Russia, from where he wrote political and cultural chronicles in Catalan.

Sporting Gijon boss Abelardo Fernandez swore and ranted at a journalist in a press conference accusing the press of inventing Source

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain attended the 33rd Francisco Cerecedo Journalist Award ceremony held at the Ritz Hotel on November 10, 2016 in Madrid in Madrid, Spain. Queen Letizia wore UTERQUE Peplum Nappa Top.

Queen Letizia of Spain's red carpet look plus more of the latest royal style - HELLO! US

Queen Letizia looked sharp in an all-black ensemble paired with a bold red lip on November 10. The Spanish monarch stepped out to the 33rd Francisco Cerecedo Journalist Awards ceremony in Madrid wearing her signature BOSS trousers and an edgy leather top by Uterque.


We need to stop calling the MSM Fake News and call it what it really is: Yellow Journalism. It got us in the Spanish-American war and almost into WWIII with Russia.

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The diverse resumes of royals before they married into monarchies - HELLO! CA

<h2>Queen Letizia of Spain</h2><br>Born: Letizia Ortiz <p>Royal love: King Felipe VI of Spain</p> <p>Spain's future queen was once a highly respected journalist. Her dedication to news even took her to the frontlines of the Iraq war. And while she is no longer a reporter, she credits the job for introducing her to the love of her life. It was during a work visit to northern Spain in 2002 that the Spanish beauty caught the eye of her now-husband. </p> Photo: © Getty Images