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  • New York Times Mad Bush Administration 'Leaked' Iraqi Nuke Plan

    11/03/2006 4:11:25 PM PST · by windchime · 24 replies · 1,509+ views
    Fox News Corp. ^ | 11-3-06 | John Gibson's My Word
    This is exquisitely rich. Today The New York Times is accusing the Bush administration of an illegal leak of secret information, which may endanger American lives. Wow. No sense of irony over there at The Times. They can leak the NSA secret wiretapping program, they can leak the Treasury Department's secret program of following terrorist money, they can leak secret memos on the progress of the war, but none of that, evidently, seems to Times editors to endanger Americans. But this latest so-called leak by the Bushies does. And worse, the so-called leak is — get this — an Iraqi...
  • 'Washington Post' To Cut 80 Newsroom Jobs, Sources Say (Dinosaur Media Extinction Alert!!)

    03/10/2006 8:28:15 AM PST · by abb · 66 replies · 1,673+ views
    Editor & Publisher ^ | March 10, 2006 | Joe Strupp
    NEW YORK The Washington Post plans to cut at least 80 newsroom jobs through attrition and buyouts, according to sources at the paper who said editors began giving staffers the bad news on Thursday in meetings and will continue today. "My understanding is that the editors and managing editors brought this up with other issues of downsizing, but with no layoffs," said one source in the metro staff, which got first word of the news in a meeting Thursday. "It looks like through attrition and buyouts." Another source in the national staff said a meeting was being held this morning...