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  • The War's Over, But the Fighting's Getting Worse (W. Post Mentions FR and Garofalo Awards Again)

    05/04/2003 9:55:43 PM PDT · by kristinn · 64 replies · 656+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | Sunday, May 4, 2003 | Todd Gitlin
    The combat in Iraq may be over, but political combat at home threatens to swell. Bitterness is likely to thrive for the duration of the Bush administration, not only because of domestic policy differences between the right and the left, but because of continuing anger on both sides stemming from their fight over the Iraq war. The warriors who supported Bush's Iraq policy, mostly on the right, are still facing off against the antiwarriors, mostly on the left. At first glance, this doesn't look like much of a fight. The antiwarriors mustered large demonstrations but were outmuscled by a Republican-dominated...
  • Wash. Post Publishes FReeper Letter to Editor Re: Liberal Media Bias and Garofalo Awards

    05/03/2003 10:32:10 AM PDT · by kristinn · 59 replies · 512+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | Saturday, May 3, 2003 | Kristinn Taylor
    Saturday, May 3, 2003; Page A21The April 27 Style article about the White House correspondents' dinner reported on the lack of Hollywood antiwar activists at the event, noting in contrast with a distinct descriptive paragraph that "the main protest that took place outside the dinner was about . . . tax cuts" by the Fair Taxes for All Coalition, a liberal group opposed to President Bush's proposed tax cuts. Not reported was a larger, more boisterous demonstration held at the same time across the street from the anti-Bush group. That protest, organized by the conservative D.C. chapter of FreeRepublic.com, criticized...
  • WATCH FOX AND FRIENDS TUES. 4/29 -- FR GAROFALO AWARDS/KRISTINN FEATURED AT 8:50 A.M. EDT

    04/28/2003 6:11:10 PM PDT · by Angelwood · 452 replies · 2,057+ views
    DC Chapter of Free Republic ^ | April 28, 2003 | Angelwood
    The popular FoxNews morning show, Fox and Friends, has scheduled the last segment of the Tuesday, April 29, program for a discussion of the Free Republic Garofalo Awards unveiled outside the White House Correspondents Association Dinner on Saturday evening. DC Chapter Co-Leader, Kristinn, will appear on the program with the ready-to-eat stuffed crows Garofalo Awards. Kristinn will be in the FoxNews D.C. studios. Thanks to Interesting Times and the Free Republic Network for helping Fox and Friends to contact the DC Chapter. FReep On, Everyone!
  • DC Chapter 5th Annual White House Corresp. Assn. Dinner Freep/Garofalo Awards After-Action Report

    04/27/2003 8:06:20 PM PDT · by Angelwood · 100 replies · 1,495+ views
    DC Chapter of Free Republic ^ | April 27, 2003 | Angelwood/Exit148
    The DC Chapter of Free Republic held its 5th Annual White House Correspondents Association Dinner Freep on Saturday, April 26, 2003. There were 19 FReepers and Lurkers in attendance: W04Man, FreeTheHostages, BushorBust, SpacemanSpiff, Mrs. SpacemanSpiff, sauropod, hellinahandcart, Jimmy Valentine's brother, Exit148, tgslTakoma, kristinn, Doctor Raoul, BufordP, Angelwood, rachelprofiling, ned13 and friend, L_Von_Mises and GunsareOK. We were worried about the weather since rain was in the forecast. We came prepared with lots of plastic coverings for the Garofalo Awards and we had plenty of ponchos and umbrellas to keep us fairly dry. Luckily for us, the rain held off and the...
  • Inside the Beltway - Eating crow (Garofalo Awards)

    04/22/2003 9:56:01 PM PDT · by kattracks · 17 replies · 261+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 4/23/03 | John McCaslin
    <p>We're only four months into 2003 and it already is heading into the history books as the year of the protester.</p> <p>Given the Iraqi war is all but ended, a demonstration planned for Saturday evening outside the White House Correspondents Association dinner will protest "liberal bias" in journalism — with an Iraqi twist.</p>