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@wwaycorrigan There is a general belief that ‘true’ journalism — the old, honest, non-fake news kind that is — and marketing don’t go together. Or, by definition at least, the former should always be very suspicious of the latter. A science versus religion(...)

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@wwaycorrigan Some of you may have noticed (hopefully you did anyway!) that there hasn’t been a new post up here for some time. In fact, November was the first-ever ‘dry month’ in terms of new blog stories since this page went live back in January 2014. There(...)

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@wwaycorrigan These seem to be especially frightening times we’re living in. One could be forgiven for thinking things have an ‘end of days’ feel to them. The global political picture seems as divided as ever. Well you could argue it’s similar to Europe in(...)

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@radiobrendan Many people still don’t seem to get it. Or they wish it wasn’t so in any case. Basically, a significant reason US president Donald Trump proved to be — and still proves — popular across Middle America, away from the east and west coast echo chambers(...)

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@radiobrendan In previous posts I wrote about, or at least mentioned in passing, the visa issues I had in Colombia this year. Indeed, the chief reason for my recent visit to Venezuela was down to being unable to renew my ‘independent journalist’ visa. (I am somewhat(...)

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@radiobrendan Sorry, sorry. I know the, um, legions of Wrong Way readers have been wondering where I’ve got to the last while. The recent presidential election and Colombia’s World Cup exploits, nay the tournament in general, have been distractions for sure.(...)

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@radiobrendan Since we first came to know a few years back of the various Irishmen who played significant roles in modern Colombia’s history, the town of Paipa came into our sights. That’s because the main park/square of the somewhat popular tourist spot is named(...)

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