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JournoList: 151 Names Confirmed (with News Organizations)
Source List Included | 07/29/2010 | BuckeyeTexan

Posted on 07/29/2010 11:25:42 AM PDT by BuckeyeTexan

  1. Spencer Ackerman - Wired, FireDogLake, Washington Independent, Talking Points Memo, The American Prospect
  2. Thomas Adcock - New York Law Journal
  3. Ben Adler - Newsweek, POLITICO
  4. Mike Allen - POLITICO
  5. Eric Alterman - The Nation, Media Matters for America
  6. Marc Ambinder - The Atlantic
  7. Greg Anrig - The Century Foundation
  8. Ryan Avent - Economist
  9. Dean Baker - The American Prospect
  10. Nick Baumann - Mother Jones
  11. Josh Bearman - LA Weekly
  12. Steven Benen - The Carpetbagger Report
  13. Ari Berman - The Nation
  14. Jared Bernstein - Economic Policy Institute
  15. Michael Berube - Crooked Timer, Pennsylvania State University
  16. Brian Beutler - The Media Consortium
  17. Lindsay Beyerstein - Freelance journalist
  18. Joel Bleifuss - In These Times
  19. John Blevins - South Texas College of Law
  20. Sam Boyd - The American Prospect
  21. Ben Brandzel -, John Edwards Campaign
  22. Shannon Brownlee - Author, New America Foundation
  23. Will Bunch - Philadelphia Daily News
  24. Rich Byrne - Playwright
  25. Jonathan Chait - The New Republic
  26. Lakshmi Chaudry - In These Times
  27. Isaac Chotiner - The New Republic
  28. Ta-Nehisi Coates - The Atlantic
  29. Michael Cohen - New America Foundation
  30. Jonathan Cohn - The New Republic
  31. Joe Conason - The New York Observer
  32. Lark Corbeil - Public News Service
  33. David Corn - Mother Jones
  34. Daniel Davies - The Guardian
  35. David Dayen - FireDogLake
  36. Brad DeLong - The Economists’ Voice, University of California at Berkeley
  37. Ryan Donmoyer - Bloomberg News
  38. Adam Doster - In These Times
  39. Kevin Drum - Washington Monthly
  40. Matt Duss - Center for American Progress
  41. Gerald Dworkin - UC Davis
  42. Eve Fairbanks - The New Republic
  43. Henry Farrell - George Washington University
  44. Tim Fernholz - American Prospect
  45. Dan Froomkin - Huffington Post, Washington Post
  46. Jason Furman - Brookings Institution
  47. James Galbraith - University of Texas at Austin
  48. Kathleen Geier - Talking Points Memo
  49. Todd Gitlin - Columbia University
  50. Ilan Goldenberg - National Security Network
  51. Arthur Goldhammer - Harvard University
  52. Dana Goldstein - The Daily Beast
  53. Andrew Golis - Talking Points Memo
  54. Jaana Goodrich - Blogger
  55. Merrill Goozner - Chicago Tribune
  56. David Greenberg - Slate
  57. Robert Greenwald - Brave New Films
  58. Chris Hayes - The Nation
  59. Don Hazen - Alternet
  60. Jeet Heer - Canadian Journolist
  61. Jeff Hauser - Political Action Committee, Dennis Shulman Campaign
  62. Michael Hirsh - Newsweek
  63. James Johnson - University of Rochester
  64. John Judis - The New Republic, The American Prospect
  65. Foster Kamer - The Village Voice
  66. Michael Kazin - Georgetown University
  67. Ed Kilgore - Democratic Strategist
  68. Richard Kim - The Nation
  69. Charlie Kireker - Air America Media
  70. Mark Kleiman - UCLA The Reality Based Community
  71. Ezra Klein - Washington Post, Newsweek, The American Prospect
  72. Joe Klein - TIME
  73. Robert Kuttner - American Prospect, Economic Policy Institute
  74. Paul Krugman - The New York Times, Princeton University
  75. Lisa Lerer - POLITICO
  76. Daniel Levy - Century Foundation
  77. Ralph Luker - Cliopatria
  78. Annie Lowrey - Washington Independent
  79. Robert Mackey - New York Times
  80. Mike Madden - Salon
  81. Maggie Mahar - The Century Foundation
  82. Dylan Matthews - Harvard University
  83. Alec McGillis - Washington Post
  84. Scott McLemee - Inside Higher Ed
  85. Sara Mead - New America Foundation
  86. Ari Melber - The Nation
  87. David Meyer - University of California at Irvine
  88. Seth Michaels -
  89. Luke Mitchell - Harper’s Magazine
  90. Gautham Nagesh - The Hill, Daily Caller
  91. Suzanne Nossel - Human Rights Watch
  92. Michael O’Hare - University of California at Berkeley
  93. Josh Orton -, Air America Media
  94. Rodger Payne - University of Louisville
  95. Rick Perlstein - Author, Campaign for America’s Future
  96. Nico Pitney - Huffington Post
  97. Harold Pollack - University of Chicago
  98. Katha Pollitt - The Nation
  99. Ari Rabin-Havt - Media Matters
  100. Joy-Ann Reid - South Florida Times
  101. David Roberts - Grist
  102. Lamar Robertson - Partnership for Public Service
  103. Sara Robinson - Campaign For America's Future
  104. Alyssa Rosenberg - Washingtonian, The Atlantic, Government Executive
  105. Alex Rossmiller - National Security Network
  106. Michael Roston - Newsbroke
  107. Laura Rozen - POLITICO, Mother Jones
  108. Felix Salmon - Reuters
  109. Greg Sargent - Washington Post
  110. Thomas Schaller - Baltimore Sun
  111. Noam Scheiber - The New Republic
  112. Michael Scherer - TIME
  113. Mark Schmitt - American Prospect, The New America Foundation
  114. Rinku Sen - ColorLines Magazine
  115. Julie Bergman Sender - Balcony Films
  116. Adam Serwer - American Prospect
  117. Walter Shapiro -
  118. Kate Sheppard - Mother Jones
  119. Matthew Shugart - UC San Diego
  120. Nate Silver -
  121. Jesse Singal - The Boston Globe, Washington Monthly
  122. Ann-Marie Slaughter - Princeton University
  123. Ben Smith - POLITICO
  124. Sarah Spitz - KCRW
  125. Adele Stan - The Media Consortium
  126. Paul Starr - The Atlantic
  127. Kate Steadman - Kaiser Health News
  128. Jonathan Stein - Mother Jones
  129. Sam Stein - Huffington Post
  130. Matt Steinglass - Deutsche Presse-Agentur
  131. James Surowiecki - The New Yorker
  132. Jesse Taylor -
  133. Steven Teles - Yale University
  134. Mark Thoma - The Economists' View
  135. Michael Tomasky - The Guardian
  136. Jeffrey Toobin - CNN, The New Yorker
  137. Rebecca Traister - Salon
  138. Tracy Van Slyke - The Media Consortium
  139. Paul Waldman - Author, American Prospect
  140. Dave Weigel - Washington Post, MSNBC, The Washington Independent
  141. Moira Whelan - National Security Network
  142. Scott Winship - Pew Economic Mobility Project
  143. J. Harry Wray - DePaul University
  144. D. Brad Wright - University of NC at Chapel Hill
  145. Kai Wright - The Root
  146. Holly Yeager - Columbia Journalism Review
  147. Rich Yeselson - Change to Win
  148. Matthew Yglesias - Center for American Progress, The Atlantic Monthly
  149. Jonathan Zasloff - UCLA
  150. Julian Zelizer - Princeton University
  151. Avi Zenilman - POLITICO

TOPICS: Conspiracy; Government; Politics; Reference
KEYWORDS: conspiracy; jlist; journolist; journolistpinglist; kleinklub; liberalmedia; topten
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To: casuist

Thanks casuist...good idea!

21 posted on 07/29/2010 1:07:13 PM PDT by roses of sharon (I can do all things through Him who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13)
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To: BuckeyeTexan

As we suspected, all along. We knew there was coordination, because the comments were all so similar. They were a liberal echo-chamber that shared, then spewed their carp about conservatives from their various media outlets.

22 posted on 07/29/2010 2:29:40 PM PDT by SuziQ
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To: BuckeyeTexan

Thanks for the update. This is getting better by the day. Can’t wait to see the complete list of 400.

23 posted on 07/29/2010 7:00:17 PM PDT by WashingtonSource
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To: BuckeyeTexan
Ping to an updated JournoList.

Thank you for the updated list.

Wasn't there some story about BO and MO meeting with some Palestinian/Muslim activists at a dinner in Los Angeles before the election? There were pictures of them posted here. I understand the LA Times had the story (plus video) and sat on it/killed it. It would be interesting to see someone from the LA Times eventually appear on the complete list.

24 posted on 07/29/2010 8:14:30 PM PDT by thecodont
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To: BuckeyeTexan

Great post!

From now on it will be worthwhile to check the authors of pieces posted here to see if the author is on this list. If the author is on the list, then everybody will know that what they are reading is an agenda-driven pack of lies and distortions.


25 posted on 07/29/2010 8:21:58 PM PDT by Lancey Howard
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To: Lancey Howard

The 2008 presidential election may someday be regarded as the most stupendous confidence trick in American history and the mainstream media may be damned for aiding and abetting this crime with a most egregious failure of professional responsibility.

Virtually the entire paper trail of the current president’s existence has never been released or allowed to be subjected to any sort of scrutiny, despite several years of repeated requests by numerous individuals and non-traditional media organizations. His original typewritten long form birth certificate, school records, SAT and LSAT scores, college and law school transcripts and term papers, medical records, passport history and other relevant documents all remain deeply hidden away. This degree of comprehensive secrecy is unprecedented in American political history. Every modern presidential candidate has willingly released these records and documents upon request, sometimes directly to the campaigns of their rivals, thus acknowledging that the process of running for president should be the toughest job interview on the planet. The current president is the sole exception. The Obama 2008 campaign and subsequent administration has to date spent in excess of three million dollars in legal fees to fight Freedom of Information Act filings and other requests to examine these documents and records. What is being hidden and why are they hiding it?

Since 2008 the great preponderance of mainstream media coverage relevant to this basic issue of truth and accountability has selectively focused on the so-called “birthers” and portrayals of them as irrational or disturbed individuals obsessed with the belief that the current president was born in Kenya or Indonesia or outside of the United States and is thus ineligible for this office. In fact, astute observers in corridors of power and other quarters have always rejected this notion, amid widespread and growing speculation that the impossibility of Obama ever producing his original typewritten long form birth certificate is a matter of true paternity rather than place of birth. More and more people have used a search engine to find and compare photos of the late CPUSA member and radical activist Frank Marshall Davis with photos of the current president and photos of the late alcoholic bigamist Kenyan Barack Obama “Sr.” The Obama 2008 campaign did release a computer generated short form version of a birth certificate, but this only made matters worse for them, intensifying the requests to see the original typewritten long form document.

Journalism used to be about the search for truth. You may decide for yourselves how you might describe it at the present time.

26 posted on 07/30/2010 12:48:22 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet (No. Try not. Do... or do not. There is no try. ~Master Yoda)
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To: 2ndDivisionVet
Virtually the entire paper trail of the current president’s existence has never been released or allowed to be subjected to any sort of scrutiny, despite several years of repeated requests by numerous individuals and non-traditional media organizations.

The Democrat "mainstream" newsrooms had absolutely no interest in vetting their boy Ubama. None. They were afraid of what they might find (and then have to spike). Yet the Associated Press sent a platoon to Alaska to dig through the Palin's garbage. That will tell future historians all they need to know about today's press. ...And one thing about history - - it won't be so easy for the liberal scum to "revise" anymore. There's too many trails nowadays.

27 posted on 07/30/2010 1:57:22 AM PDT by Lancey Howard
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To: BuckeyeTexan


28 posted on 07/30/2010 3:15:12 AM PDT by Godebert
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To: BuckeyeTexan; All

This is more than about shaping the news. It is how the “elite” an “intellectuals” think about the rest of us. The disdain below is for the South, but I am sure we are not alone on their “holier than thou” list.

I think someone should call on Dear Leader and request a REPUDIATION of these remarks made by so many of his supporters, ESPECIALLY in light of how they portray the Tea Party. (pot meet kettle) I bet there is much more hate spread around in the emails not released.

Richard Yeselson
Aug 9, 2009, 9:14pm

They want a deficit driven militarist/heterosexist/herrenvolk state. Because remember: They also don’t want to pay any taxes. That’s the limited government part. But they want their grandparents to have Medicare. It’s not exactly a coherent world view.

Michael Tomasky
Aug 10, 2009, 7:37am

I’ll say it for a second time, then I’ll stop: We should split into two. Live and let live. As MacGillis reminded us yesterday, the founders never imagined a country so large anyway.

The only catch I didn’t mention the other day is sports, but I think the two nations would simply have to agree by treaty that all sports, pro and college, will just continue as before.

Michael Kazin
Aug 10, 2009, 9:49am

but all the good music came from the South– surely, you don’t want to leave us with nothing but polka, Gershwin, and A Prairie Home Companion?

Richard Yeselson
Aug 10, 2009, 10:04am

C’mon Mike–we now have Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction. Dixie can keep the f***ing museums and tombstones. We’ve got the recordings now….

Michael Kazin
Aug 10, 2009, 10:18am

But it took a lot of suffering (and interracial sex) to create all that great music

. We Northerners just ripped it off…

Richard Yeselson
Aug 10, 2009, 10:41am

Ok, we ripped off their music. They repaid us with Jesse Helms, Tom Delay, and George W. Bush, among too many others. How about if we keep the interracial sex and just call it square?

Todd Gitlin
Aug 10, 2009, 11:20am

Hey, is the boy from Hibbing chopped liver?

Michael Kazin
Aug 10, 2009, 11:33am

As he wrote in his HS yearbook: “I want to be in the band

of Little Richard.” Just another Dixie wannabee….and his mentor, Woody G, was from OK…

Katha Pollitt
Aug 10, 2009, 11:04am

yes, but now there are lots of black people in the north, so we can still have all that great music etc. the south served its cultural purpose and can now be left to go its own way, like they say they want to do. We can check back in fifty years and see who’s better off.

29 posted on 07/30/2010 5:03:46 AM PDT by Protect the Bill of Rights (.)
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To: Protect the Bill of Rights

I’m fine with splitting into two countries. Let those b@st@rds get the hell out of the way of our prosperity. It’s a deal. Check back in 50 and I’ll bet we’re kickin’ their @sses. I’d love to see the looks on their faces when they run out of OPM and food.

I don’t see any way to mend this cultural divide.

30 posted on 07/30/2010 6:06:05 AM PDT by BuckeyeTexan (There are those that break and bend. I'm the other kind.)
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To: BuckeyeTexan

Thanks. Your good work continues. I now listen to a variety of news sources to hear the common threads. It helps to sort important from bull. Somewhere in all of this we may arrive at truth.

31 posted on 07/30/2010 9:27:31 PM PDT by daisy mae for the usa
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To: BuckeyeTexan
These people on this list are all white, aren't they? Did Journolist have a black member? Why are they all white? Didn't they let blacks participate? Could it be, perhaps, racism? I noticed they are largely male too. Could it be, perhaps, sexism?
32 posted on 07/31/2010 5:49:47 PM PDT by Paradelady (Journalist racist, sexist)
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To: Protect the Bill of Rights

That is some messed up stuff.

33 posted on 08/01/2010 5:11:52 PM PDT by HollyB
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To: Spunky


34 posted on 08/01/2010 6:49:47 PM PDT by Spunky (You are free to make choices, but not free from the consequences)
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35 posted on 08/01/2010 6:58:27 PM PDT by Spunky (You are free to make choices, but not free from the consequences)
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To: 2ndDivisionVet

I saw photos of Obama Sr, Davis and Malcolm X alongside one of BHO. X had the most likeness and apparently had even met Stanley Ann . . . .

36 posted on 08/01/2010 8:18:39 PM PDT by 1066AD
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To: central_va

bump for later note taking.

37 posted on 08/04/2010 2:24:49 PM PDT by woerm (student of history)
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To: wilco200

I thought the same thing. Suicidal Jews. Seems they’re the ones with memory lapse. Or do they really believe they’d be immune.

38 posted on 08/06/2010 7:48:03 PM PDT by dnteatylwsno
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To: BuckeyeTexan


39 posted on 08/08/2010 5:55:01 PM PDT by Brian Allen (Buraq Hussayn bin Buraq Hussayn bin Hussayn Ubambi, is to America what Pol Pot was to Cambodia)
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To: BuckeyeTexan
Don't look now, you just got linked on Instapundit by EdDriscoll They are a libertarian blog.
40 posted on 01/10/2012 4:00:04 PM PST by LadyDoc
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