Update: Here is the journal entry described by The Telegraph's Dave Solomon that I wrote after a contentious open government issue he described durning my bio. No one in their right mind would question the fact that it is journalism. Hell even Federal Judge McCafferty recognized me as "an African-American Journalist."
We promise. That's a generous deadline but sensitive topics require much thought and deliberation free from preconceived notions and conventionality. People need to remove their emotions from the situation and consider the matter with professionalism and a keen eye toward history and the Law.
And the question for Dan Cotter and the NENPA staff then, is this:
In light of Implode Explode v. Morgtage Specialists to the North in NH:
Freedom of the press is a fundamental personal right which is not confined to newspapers and periodicals. The press in its historic connotation comprehends every sort of publication which affords a vehicle of information and opinion......does NENPA have any guidelines as to whether it considers someone any less a journalist or reporter because they have strident opinions?
Dan thanks again for an enlightening and brilliant experience, I look forward to the update next year. And if there are any forums in the interim I would relish the opportunity to work on this. The more they can abuse me, the more they can abuse others closer to the mainstream. The protection of a robust Fourth Estate hangs in the balance.
Last question: Is Mortgage Movies journal protected journalism? Of course it is.