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  • The dumb blonde who excelled as a spy, CIA's Valerie Plame was outed by Aldrich Ames in 1997

    10/30/2005 8:26:05 PM PST · by TheEaglehasLanded · 159 replies · 6,402+ views
    The Observer ^ | October 30, 2005 | Helena Smith
    The 'dumb blonde' who excelled as a spy Helena Smith Sunday October 30, 2005 The Observer Long before Valerie Plame became America's most famous spy, she learnt Greek and moved to Athens. It was 1990, her first foreign posting and not long after graduation from Penn State University - and recruitment to the CIA - nearly everything she dreamed of. Ambitious, blonde and beautiful, Plame, then 27, took to the job with alacrity. With 'State Department Cover' at Athens' US embassy, the secrets of her trade were easy to conceal. Greece, under the unpredictable governance of Andreas Papandreou, a former...
  • Few doubt wrongdoing in CIA leak

    10/25/2005 4:22:58 PM PDT · by The Raven · 78 replies · 2,432+ views
    CNN ^ | Tuesday, October 25, 2005; | CNN
    (CNN) -- Only one in 10 Americans said they believe Bush administration officials did nothing illegal or unethical in connection with the leaking of a CIA operative's identity, according to a national poll released Tuesday. Thirty-nine percent said some administration officials acted illegally in the matter, in which the identity of Valerie Plame, a CIA operative, was revealed. The same percentage of respondents in the CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll said Bush administration officials acted unethically, but did nothing illegal.
  • US death toll in Iraq hits 2,000

    10/25/2005 8:22:38 AM PDT · by wjersey · 68 replies · 2,465+ views
    Yahoo News (AFP) ^ | 10/25/2005 | staff
    BAGHDAD (AFP) - The US death toll in Iraq reportedly hit 2,000 amid a sharp spike in violence that killed 14 Iraqis as the nation awaited results of a key vote on a charter aimed at curbing sectarian violence. The US network CNN, quoting Pentagon sources, reported Tuesday that the number of soldiers killed since the March 2003 invasion of Iraq had reached 2,000 with the deaths of two more soldiers, a toll likely to add pressure on the US administration over its role in the violence-wracked country. For the first time, a majority of Americans believe the Iraq war...
  • Most Say Bringing Troops Home Top Priority

    10/25/2005 9:02:41 AM PDT · by jmc1969 · 18 replies · 664+ views
    Rassmussen Reports ^ | October 25, 2005
    October 25, 2005--Fifty-three percent (53%) of Americans now say that getting U.S. soldiers home as soon as possible is more important than making sure "Iraq becomes a peaceful nation enjoying freedom and democracy." This is the first time that a majority of Americans have held that view. The Rasmussen Reports survey also shows that just 38% insuring a peaceful and free Iraq is the top priority. A month ago, 47% said getting the troops home was more important while 43% focused on finishing the mission.
  • Democrats Launch Smiling Tom Delay Mug Shot Ad Campaign

    10/21/2005 2:21:52 PM PDT · by Jim Robinson · 120 replies · 6,666+ views
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  • ABC/AP LIE Continues, Bloggers are on it.

    10/17/2005 6:24:22 AM PDT · by rabair · 68 replies · 3,719+ views ^ | 10-17-05 | Michelle Malkin
    WHAT HAPPENED IN TOLEDO? By Michelle Malkin · October 17, 2005 05:05 AM It was ugly in Toledo, Ohio, this weekend--and if you watched any of the cable news coverage or glanced at the national MSM headlines, as I did, you probably are still wondering what really went down.
  • 'Today' Reporter Paddles in Shallow Water (Stunt on Today Show)

    10/14/2005 2:41:11 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 73 replies · 3,290+ views
    Associated Press ^ | October 14, 2005
    If Michelle Kosinski's canoe had sprung a leak on NBC's "Today" show Friday, she didn't have much to worry about. In one of television's inadvertently funny moments, the NBC News correspondent was paddling in a canoe during a live report about flooding in Wayne, N.J. While she talked, two men walked between her and the camera _ making it apparent that the water where she was floating was barely ankle-deep. Matt Lauer struggled to keep a straight face, joking about the "holy men" who were walking on water. "Have you run aground yet?" Katie Couric asked. "Why walk when you...
  • How The Watchdogs of Democracy Fed On The Frenzy Of New Orleans

    10/06/2005 5:36:07 AM PDT · by RepublicNewbie · 4 replies · 522+ views
    The Post Chronicle ^ | 10\06\05 | John David Powell
    It is heartening to read and hear the collective "mea culpa" from some of the nation's news media regarding the inaccurate reporting of rape, pillage, and murder in New Orleans in the days immediately following Hurricane Katrina. The encouraging part of this sorry incident is that a great national outrage did not precede the cleansing confession.
  • Emotional Rather blasts 'new journalism order'

    09/19/2005 8:36:17 PM PDT · by aculeus · 273 replies · 5,360+ views ^ | September 19, 2005 | By Paul J. Gough, Reuters/Hollywood Reporter
    NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - Former CBS News anchor Dan Rather said Monday that there is a climate of fear running through newsrooms stronger than he has ever seen in his more than four-decade career. Rather famously tangled with President Nixon and his aides during the Watergate years while Rather was a hard-charging White House correspondent. Addressing the Fordham University School of Law in Manhattan, occasionally forcing back tears, he said that in the intervening years, politicians "of every persuasion" had gotten better at applying pressure on the conglomerates that own the broadcast networks. He called it a "new journalism...
  • Reuters Says Bush Photo Not 'Malicious,' (Washington Post plans to run a story on it)

    09/15/2005 1:27:32 PM PDT · by Uncle Joe Cannon · 245 replies · 7,820+ views
    Reuters Says Bush Photo Not 'Malicious,' Reports Wide Interest In it By E&P Staff Published: September 15, 2005 4:30 PM ET NEW YORK With confirmation today that an accidental photo of President Bush at the United Nations on Wednesday, writing a note to Secretary of State Condeezza Rice about a “bathroom break,” was indeed real, newspapers around the U.S. and abroad are now planning to run it widely. But many, it seems, will treat it as something more than a joke. A source at the Washington Post tells E&P that the paper is considering it for prominent play tomorrow morning,...
  • How low can the MSM go? (Bathroom break note photograph)

    09/14/2005 4:34:50 PM PDT · by FreedomCalls · 185 replies · 6,176+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | Wed Sep 14, 4:39 | Reuters
    U.S. President George W. Bush writes a note to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during a Security Council meeting at the 2005 World Summit and 60th General Assembly of the United Nations in New York September 14, 2005. World leaders are exploring ways to revitalize the United Nations at a summit on Wednesday but their blueprint falls short of Secretary-General Kofi Annan's vision of freedom from want, persecution and war. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
  • Business Week Publishes Democratic Party Hit-Piece As News

    09/12/2005 10:40:06 PM PDT · by Masada · 13 replies · 1,033+ views
    Power Line Blog ^ | 9/12/05 | John Hinderaker
    Today's example of MSM bias: this Business Week article by Leo Hindery, Jr., titled "Tragedy and Telecom." The article is subtitled, "How the Bush Administration's antiregulation stance contributed to the post-Katrina communications collapse -- and what should be done now." Mr. Hindery's indictment of the Bush administration is the latest effort to blame the President for just about everything associated with Hurricane Katrina. Its reasoning is so fragmentary, however, that Hindery never does explain why "the Bush administration's antiregulation stance" had anything to do with the hurricane or its aftermath. That doesn't stop Hindery from dropping the usual snide comments....
  • Anti-war sentiment swells in Florida, with many wanting troops home within year

    09/12/2005 8:26:16 AM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 24 replies · 906+ views
    Sun-Sentinel (South Florida) ^ | September 12, 2005 | William E. Gibson
    WASHINGTON · A narrow plurality of likely voters in Florida thinks the United States was not justified in waging war in Iraq and should bring its troops back home within a year, according to a new statewide poll. The poll, commissioned by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and Florida Times-Union, reflects drooping public support for the war policy nationwide, with opinions sharply divided by gender and political party.
  • Impeachment talk grows, but Gallop won’t poll

    09/12/2005 8:39:23 AM PDT · by rface · 80 replies · 2,300+ views
    Vermont Guardian ^ | Sept 12, 2005 | staff
    WASHINGTON, DC — Pat Buchanan, former communications director to Pres. Ronald Reagan and two-time presidential candidate, has come to the conclusion that some courageous Republican legislator should move a bill for impeachment against Pres. Bush. Buchanan has many complaints, but the main reason mentioned in his syndicated column last week was that immigration reform, including a proposed "guest worker" program, would encourage a massive influx of illegal immigrants. Although Democrats don’t agree with that argument, some have been pushing the Gallup poll organization to ask how many people in the United States support impeachment. Bob Fertik, who leads Democrats for...
  • NBC's Williams: Journalists' Gloves Off

    09/11/2005 11:16:29 AM PDT · by jmc1969 · 173 replies · 5,314+ views
    NBC's Brian Williams says the lasting legacy of Hurricane Katrina for journalists may be the end of an unusual four-year period of deference to people in power. There were so many angry, even incredulous, questions put to Bush administration officials about the response to Katrina that the Salon Web site compiled a "Reporters Gone Wild" video clip. Tim Russert, Anderson Cooper, Ted Koppel and Shepard Smith were among the stars. The mute button seemingly in place since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks has been turned off. "By dint of the fact that our country was hit we've offered a preponderance...
  • "The photo that started it all" (Can you TRUST the NY Times?)

    08/02/2002 2:06:21 PM PDT · by mhking · 33 replies · 1,008+ views
    The Safety Valve ^ | 7.31.02 | Toren Smith
    July 31, 2002"The photo that started it all" With the recent scandal over the New York Times censoring an article that dared to present an un-PC (and worse, un-NYT) viewpoint, I thought it might be interesting to take a trip back to the beginning of the intifada and how the Pravda of America has been covering the Mideast situation from the very beginning. Take a look at this: Looks pretty damning, doesn't it? But wait:"Regarding your picture on page A5 of the Israeli soldier and the Palestinian on the Temple Mount -- that Palestinian is actually my son, Tuvia Grossman,...
  • AP edits Guards story to fit Media spin.

    09/10/2005 7:19:00 AM PDT · by MNJohnnie · 94 replies · 2,297+ views
    Free Republic and | Now | Me
    Dinasour Media bias in action, here is how the story was posted yesterday by AP. Notice how AP edited out the actual QUOTES that DIRECTLY contradicted their spin lie and had the writer write the story interjected their own interpretation of what was said by the sources. Here is yesterdays AP story. Gen. Steven Blum, chief of the National Guard Bureau, said that "arguably" a day or so of response time was lost due to the absence of the Mississippi National Guard's 155th Infantry Brigade and Louisiana's 256th Infantry Brigade, each with thousands of troops in Iraq. Blum said that...

    09/05/2005 9:01:40 PM PDT · by joholso · 76 replies · 2,826+ views
    Drudgereport ^ | Mon Sep 05 2005 18:57:15 ET | Matt Drudge
    Before residents had ever heard the words "Hurricane Katrina," the New Orleans TIMES-PICAYUNE ran a story warning residents: If you stay behind during a big storm, you'll be on your own! Editors at TIMES-PICAYUNE on Monday called for every official at the Federal Emergency Management Agency to be fired. In an open letter to President Bush, the paper said: "Our people deserved rescuing. Many who could have been were not. That's to the government's shame." But the TIMES-PICAYUNE published a story on July 24, 2005 stating: City, state and federal emergency officials are preparing to give a historically blunt message:...
  • James Taranto: Myths of Hurricane Katrina

    09/05/2005 12:40:06 PM PDT · by getmeouttaPalmBeachCounty_FL · 62 replies · 2,765+ views
    The Australian ^ | September 06, 2005 | James Taranto
    HURRICANE Katrina was a horrific natural disaster. To America's Angry Left it was yet another occasion to score political points against President George W. Bush. In the same spirit of opportunism that animated looters who stole television sets, Bush's political foes frantically sought to blame the devastation on him. A measure of the anti-Bush Left's derangement is that it blames him for bad weather. "Complacency will no longer suffice, especially if experts are right in warning that global warming may increase the intensity of future hurricanes," The New York Times editorialised on Thursday. "But since this administration won't acknowledge that...
  • French Quarter survives -- with luck and a prayer (Let's hammer the Media about the slow response)

    09/03/2005 9:29:01 AM PDT · by BushCountry · 61 replies · 2,226+ views
    Maimi Herald ^ | Aug. 30, 2005 | ERIKA BOLSTAD
    The French Quarter was damaged by Katrina, but it was not destroyed, and tourists and residents let the good times roll and wondered why they were so lucky. By ERIKA BOLSTAD NEW ORLEANS - At the start of hurricane season, the historic St. Louis Cathedral in the heart of the French Quarter offers a short prayer in the Sunday church bulletin to Our Lady of Prompt Succor. Each year, the city's Catholics clip out the prayer, place it on their refrigerators and repeat the entreaty whenever a tropical depression appears in the Gulf of Mexico: Spare New Orleans from...