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  • (Vanity)"Strategery" by Bill Sammon recognizes FreeRepublic and Freepers

    03/18/2006 6:36:55 PM PST · by Danae · 49 replies · 2,269+ views
    2006 | Bill Sammon
    Kudos again to FR, Buckhead, Howlin, Texasforever, NYCVirago, and of course Jim for having this site to begin with. "Chapter 9 "We're Toast" pg 143 - 145 directly credits Freepers above with uncovering the "missing Documents" out of President Bush's National Guard Service that were distinctly unflattering to the President, and also flat forgeries. I am reading the book at the moment, and I wanted to pause and give credit where credit is due. I thank all those who helped bring to light these roaches that considered themselves so important as to try to influence a Presidential Election. I thank...
  • Four's a Crowd

    07/24/2005 12:00:40 PM PDT · by lexfreedom · 14 replies · 902+ views
    Boston Globe Sunday Edition - Magazine ^ | July 24, 2005 | David Valdes Greenwood
    "And yet for my husband and me, it seems that marriage simply adds a new category of potential suitors: the couple with a crush on us." -- David Valdes Greenwood ------------------------------------------------------ COUPLING Four's a Crowd Breaking up with one person is hard enough. But when it's a couple you want to avoid, it can get ugly. By David Valdes Greenwood | July 24, 2005 Once you marry, you think you are safely removed from the perils of dating. And yet for my husband and me, it seems that marriage simply adds a new category of potential suitors: the couple with...
  • Endless summers

    07/24/2005 11:53:21 AM PDT · by lexfreedom · 7 replies · 425+ views
    Boston Globe Sunday Edition - Real Estate Section ^ | 7/24/2005 | Emily Shartin, Boston Globe Staff
    Endless summers A vacation home can be an oasis -- but there are headaches, too By Emily Shartin, Globe Staff | July 24, 2005 EDGARTOWN -- When a spring storm began battering Massachusetts earlier this year, Karen and Kevin Newman's thoughts quickly turned to their new vacation home on Martha's Vineyard. For about a year, the Newton couple had been making regular trips to the house, an unkempt property that they bought with plans of fixing up. The Newmans are among the many families who have fulfilled the dream of owning a vacation home. [...] But Joyce Misuraca, a 55-year-old...
  • Letter writer critical of reporter

    07/04/2004 8:32:22 AM PDT · by Brytani · 21 replies · 1,097+ views
    South Dade News Leader - Homestead, FL | 06/29/04 | Jim McGhee
    Scanning through our local newspaper, I came upon an editorial from one obviously ticked off citizen to a reporter from the paper. It seems in a previous edition, this reporter had written a piece highly critical of Bush and the war on terror. If this guy isn't a Freeper he should be. The News Leader here does not have a website, so I've typed the article below. Enjoy!!!!
  • The Times: Mel's cross to bear

    04/26/2004 9:15:12 AM PDT · by presidio9 · 51 replies · 154+ views
    Variety ^ | 04/25/2004 | Peter Bart
    Though dedicated to fairness, the New York Times has relentlessly lashed Mel Gibson (news) and his hit film and denigrated its defenders. The "correction" was buried under the news summary of the April 16 New York Times, and it was somewhat arcane, even by Times standards. Contrary to an earlier report, the correction said, Mel Gibson did not "deploy" TV talkshow hosts like Bill O'Reilly to urge audiences to see "The Passion of the Christ." Gibson discussed his movie with them, but did not "deploy" them. The distinction between discussing and deploying may seem pained, but the Times has found...