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  • Video Made the Terrorist Star

    08/04/2006 6:18:39 AM PDT · by brewer1516 · 10 replies · 879+ views
    National Review Online ^ | August 03, 2006 | Noah Pollak
    It’s not clear which of my experiences last week was more educational: Sitting on a hilltop on Israel's northern border, watching Bint Jbiel getting pummeled by artillery, bombs, and missiles — or meeting the Western television reporters who were covering the war, and seeing firsthand how they made theater out of bloodshed. NBC’s Ann Curry was on the scene. She was taken to a meadow from which a half-dozen 155mm artillery pieces were pounding away at Hezbollah. Curry approached a resting crew of artillery reservists, put a camera and microphone in the face of one pony-tailed young man, and asked...
  • Amateur Trapshooting Association Mulls Move to Indiana

    06/02/2003 6:26:17 PM PDT · by brewer1516 · 21 replies · 523+ views
    The Shelbyville News ^ | Monday, June 02, 2003 | By JOHN WALKER
    Monday, June 02, 2003 Shelby County advantages begin to sway trapshooters By JOHN WALKER jwalker@shelbynews Shelby County will be the new home of the Amateur Trapshooting Association if the current leader of the world’s largest trapshooting organization has his way. And the large majority of the ATA’s members seem to share that opinion, based on a survey recently completed by the group. The ATA must move from its current headquarters in Vandalia, Ohio, due to the expansion of a nearby airport, and time is getting short. “It is expected, as Dayton Airport officials have forewarned us, that after August 2005,...
  • Noted columnist questions veracity of news peers !

    05/28/2000 6:51:54 AM PDT · by brewer1516 · 13+ views
    San Jose Mercury News ^ | 4/28/2000 | Barry
    Journalistic accuracy gets serious study BY DAVE BARRY HERE in the newspaper business (Motto: ``Eventually, We WILL Find Your Driveway'') we have a strict rule: We don't print ANYTHING unless we know it's true. Except for the horoscope, of course. No offense, but if you take the horoscope seriously, your frontal lobes are the size of Raisinets. Also some of the comics are not 100 percent accurate. For example, in real life, Garfield walks on four legs. He's a CAT, for gosh sakes! Also, to be honest, many of us who work at newspapers don't hold the opinions that our ...