The Ghosts of Quality Journalism Past: The Far Eastern Economic Review Remembered

The Ghosts of Quality Journalism Past: The Far Eastern Economic Review Remembered By Nate Thayer April 3, 2017 (This is a revised version of an article first published in 2014) I have always loathed the fact that print journalists almost never control what ends up as the headline blaring over the articles we pen. Invariably, […]

I Killed Pol Pot: How The Free Press Brought Pol Pot to Justice

Why a Free Press is a vital institution to Free People By Nate Thayer April 17, 2015 Today marks a tragic day in the modern history of political mass murder by government.   Forty-two years ago today six separate armies, under the titular leadership of Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge, converged on the Cambodian capital of […]

The Ghosts of Quality Journalism Past: The Far Eastern Economic Review Remembered

By Nate Thayer April 2, 2014 I have always loathed the fact that print journalists almost never have control over what ends up as the headline blaring over the articles we pen. Invariably, headlines disproportionately influence, define, and trump the content of the article itself in a reader’s mind’s eye as news stories filter into […]