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In the last century, traditional media institutions have been fearless in standing up to powerful businesses and Presidents, fighting in court for free speech while individual journalists have gone to jail to protect their sources.Tech and crypto funder Andreessen Horowitz wants to replace the media. Is that bad news? | Jeff Roberts | January 20, 2021 | Fortune
Now, more than ever, the world requires fearless, independent journalism.Politics Report: It’s Happening! Plus, the Elections Contest | Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts | October 31, 2020 | Voice of San Diego
Clinton said Zamora jolted people out of ignorance, and lived a life of “compassion and fearlessness.”
Michael's talents as a journalist, his true fearlessness and ability to tell stories, have been much remarked upon.
He bizarrely poured hot wax on her skin and fired a pistol at her skirts to test her fearlessness.
There was a Lucille Ball–like fearlessness to her daffy brand of physical comedy that seemed to be refreshingly natural.
Miscavige became the leader of the church and chose as his lieutenant Marty Rathbun, who rose to fame because of his fearlessness.15 Scientology Revelations From Lawrence Wright’s ‘Going Clear’ | The Daily Beast | January 16, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
It was curious to see several birds flying about him; or settled on his back, exhibiting the most perfect fearlessness.In the Wilds of Florida | W.H.G. Kingston
She must learn some of your fearlessness and faith, and make the best of things.A Houseful of Girls | Sarah Tytler
As for Tharn—he strode toward the elevated throne with all of Sadu's majestic fearlessness.Warrior of the Dawn | Howard Carleton Browne
His resolution to lead the charge at the Bloody Angle--rashness for once--shows fearlessness.Beacon Lights of History, Volume XII | John Lord
Hence their hostility and fearlessness of man, due as much to hunger, as to any natural ferocity.The Vee-Boers | Mayne Reid
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