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Mary Ann Sorrentino

Rhode Island and Florida, USA (Eastern Time, USA)
Freelance Journalist and Contributor — Freelance, Providence Journal

mother, grandmother, feminist, advocate, columnist, author, blogger, freedom fighter

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Regular contributor to the Providence Journal, in Providence RI, USA and freelancer elsewhere (Keene Sentinel, NH,USA etc.)
Former radio talk host (13 years) on WPRO radio and TV host for AS SHE SEES IT on RI Public TV ( This featured an amazing all-female panel discussing weekly newstories. We l...

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@Thatmaryann — 113 followers, 1,141 tweets

Thank you Sen Durbin! America is hoping your colleagues join you soon. We need to FEEL and SEE the COURAGE of the US Senate, if it still exists. Beyond you, and too few others, the Legislative Branch is a disgrace and one that needs a jumbo hearing aid! 
The "unborn" certainly have a big advantage over the "already living" in this administration. 
I think the test Trump just got was the standard one given to people entering a mental hospital- "Do you know the name of the President?" "What year is it?" and Jow do you say, "Golden Shower," in Russian? 
Well the Haitians have more balls than our Homeland Security chief (and "close friend" of Gen. Kelly-- quite a resume' item). Maybe SHE needs a "cognitive test" like the one the Chief Doc just gave to Trump since she clearly has no memory. 
One of the problems we have is that the 24 hr. news cycle is now a 72 hr news cycle. Trump gets too much exposure because WE let him have it by watching the talking heads repeat over and over again ALL his stupidities. READ instead of watching repetitive garbage 3 and 4 days old!
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Have you ever used a typewriter?

Not since college

How is social media changing news?

I'm afraid social media is corrupting solid reporting as we once knew it. Too many cooks and too much ego involved in Tweets and posts etc.

What does it mean to be a journalist?

It means writing things that will make readers want to read, think, and -- at its best -- respond.