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  • SILLY MILLIES AT FOX NEWS ANGUISH ABOUT FAIRNESS FOR MSNBC

    08/16/2013 11:56:31 AM PDT · by AJAY · 23 replies
    FOX NEWS CHANNEL ^ | 8/16/2013 | AJAY
    Two of the Fox liberal- balance contributors commiserated about the Republican National Committee's decision to exclude NBC and CNN from Republican Primary Debates if the two leftist channels persist in showing free promotional films for Hillary Clinton during the election season. Kristin Powers and Judy Miller were interviewed jointly on Fox this morning and and ridiculed the RNC decision to exclude NBC and CNN from their primary debates. How unfair could that be??? Neither of them seemed to remember when MSNBC assigned Chris Matthews to moderate a Republican debate.
  • Time to Boot Armitage from the Straight Talk Express

    08/27/2006 11:25:28 AM PDT · by the Real fifi · 24 replies · 808+ views
    the american thinker ^ | 8/27/06 | clarice feldman
    Mike Isikoff and David Corn, whose work I often discount because of their evident biases, have now produced a new book, reiterating what we’ve been saying for some time: Richard Armitage was Robert Novak’s source about Plame and he kept silent as Scooter Libby, Karl Rove and the Administration in general were battered by the Plame/Wilsons and their proponents. Indeed, it was Corn who days after the Novak piece appeared reported in The Nation that Wilson’s wife was a “covert agent” who’d been outed in “revenge”, the meme that still is being played in the outer regions of sanity.
  • U.S. Wins Access to Reporter Phone Records [NY federal appeals court rules against 2 NYT reporters]

    08/01/2006 10:39:51 PM PDT · by summer · 36 replies · 1,220+ views
    The NY Times ^ | Augsut 2, 2006 | Adam Liptak
    A federal prosecutor may inspect the telephone records of two New York Times reporters in an effort to identify their confidential sources, a federal appeals court in New York ruled yesterday. The 2-to-1 decision, from a court historically sympathetic to claims that journalists should be entitled to protect their sources, reversed a lower court and dealt a further setback to news organizations, which have lately been on a losing streak in the federal courts. ...The case arose from a Chicago grand jury’s investigation into who told the two [NYT] reporters, Judith Miller and Philip Shenon, about actions the government was...
  • Judith Miller's New Excuse: the "slanderous" bloggers destroyed her.

    03/18/2006 6:21:22 AM PST · by summer · 108 replies · 2,991+ views
    Slate ^ | March 16, 2006 | Jack Shafer
    Judith Miller has a new alibi -- the blogs done her in! Writer Marie Brenner presents Miller's latest defense in an April Vanity Fair feature story about the fallout from the Valerie Plame investigation. ... The ones tossing the fire were those dastardly—but unnamed—bloggers ... In June, back in New York, "Miller realized that she was losing her authority" inside the Times. "None of my colleagues ever spoke to me about my reporting. But they would say, 'We don't want to work with her.' In August, Bill Keller replaced Raines as executive editor, and according to Miller, he told her,...
  • PROSECUTOR PLANS ON CALLING CHENEY AS WITNESS IN OPEN COURT; EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE FIGHT LOOMS

    10/30/2005 3:43:25 PM PST · by Brian Mosely · 192 replies · 9,588+ views
  • Libby indicted on obstruction of justice, false statement and perjury charge - RESIGNS

    10/28/2005 9:45:41 AM PDT · by West Coast Conservative · 750 replies · 39,887+ views
    http://drudgereport.com/ ^ | October 28, 2005
    Libby indicted on obstruction of justice, false statment and perjury charge...
  • "Valerie Flame" Theory... RE: Judy Miller

    10/18/2005 7:51:47 AM PDT · by SmokeRing · 46 replies · 2,316+ views
    Brave Sir Blogger Blog ^ | October 18, 2005 | Brave Sir Blogger
    "Flame"-gate: With the New York Times' publication on Sunday of a staff article on the Judith Miller saga, as well as a personal account of the tale from Miller herself, the subject of Miller's memory lapse--selective or otherwise?--is on the front burner. According to the Times' staff article: -------- "MS. MILLER SPENT 85 days in jail for refusing to testify and reveal her confidential source, then relented. On Sept. 30, she told the grand jury that her source was I. Lewis Libby, the vice president's chief of staff. But she said he did not reveal Ms. Plame's name. AND WHEN...
  • Is Judity Miller... "reality challenged"?

    10/17/2005 3:45:30 PM PDT · by pabianice · 16 replies · 461+ views
    vanity | 10/17/05
    Am I the only one to have started suspecting that Judith Miller is... ah... nuts? Names she didn't know but were written in her notebooks? A "secret" level security clearance she says she had in Iraq that the US Government never gave her? Spending twelve weeks in jail "to protect her sources," who say they never told her not to talk? An "agreement" with the NY Fishwrap that the paper now says never existed? Money she says she never got that was located in her account? Too bad Rod Serling is dead.
  • Jailed Reporter, Judy Miller signs $1.2 million book deal…That was time well spent!

    10/05/2005 10:32:57 AM PDT · by Craig DeLuz · 5 replies · 292+ views
    The Home of Uncommon Sense ^ | 10/05/2005 | Craig DeLuz
    Judy Miller is the New York Times reporter who refused to give up the name Vice President Dick Cheney's Chief of Staff as her source in a story she wrote on the leaked name of a former CIA agent. Despite being released by her source to give up his identity, Miller opted to spend 85 days in prison rather than release his name. Well now we know why. Read More... Craig DeLuz Visit The Home of Uncommon Sense... www.craigdeluz.com
  • Jailed Times Reporter Freed After Source Waives Confidentiality

    09/29/2005 6:47:38 PM PDT · by shrinkermd · 35 replies · 1,883+ views
    New York Times ^ | 29 September 2005 | David Johnson
    WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 - Judith Miller, the New York Times reporter who has been jailed since July 6 for refusing to testify in the C.I.A. leak case, was released from a Virginia detention center this afternoon after she and her lawyers reached an agreement with a federal prosecutor to testify before a grand jury investigating the matter, the paper's publisher and executive editor said.
  • C.I.A. Hunts Iraq Tie to Soviet Smallpox

    03/27/2003 7:16:02 PM PST · by vannrox · 45 replies · 1,599+ views
    SLATE reference to New Yourk Times Article ^ | Updated Friday, December 6, 2002, at 9:35 AM PT | By Jack Shafer
    December 3, 2002 C.I.A. Hunts Iraq Tie to Soviet SmallpoxBy JUDITH MILLER he C.I.A. is investigating an informant's accusation that Iraq obtained a particularly virulent strain of smallpox from a Russian scientist who worked in a smallpox lab in Moscow during Soviet times, senior American officials and foreign scientists say. The officials said several American scientists were told in August that Iraq might have obtained the mysterious strain from Nelja N. Maltseva, a virologist who worked for more than 30 years at the Research Institute for Viral Preparations in Moscow before her death two years ago. The information came to...
  • May suggests that even a broken clock is right twice a day.

    08/01/2005 8:20:38 AM PDT · by bjc · 6 replies · 886+ views
    National Review ^ | 8/1/2005 | Clifford May
    Arianna Judges Judy Could Judy Miller have been the White House’s source? Here's a sentence I never thought I'd write: Arianna Huffington has a point. She reports in the July 27 edition of "The Huffington Post" that in the halls of the New York Times, among the colleagues of imprisoned reporter Judy Miller, a theory is being debated. It boils down to this: Perhaps after Joseph Wilson's notorious op-ed appeared in the Times, Judy called a source (or two) in the intelligence community to find out how and why Wilson was sent by the CIA to Niger to investigate whether...
  • Lawmakers:James Guckert May Have CIA Leak Info

    02/24/2005 8:49:30 AM PST · by Jimmyclyde · 57 replies · 1,840+ views
    Lawmakers: Writer May Have CIA Leak Info Thursday, February 24, 2005 WASHINGTON — Two lawmakers have sent a letter to the U.S. attorney saying a White House reporter who recently resigned following questions about his identity and background may have information vital to the investigation into who leaked a CIA operative's name to the press. Reps. Louise Slaughter, D-N.Y., and John Conyers, D-Mich., the ranking Democrats on the House Rules Committee and House Judiciary Committee, respectively, wrote a letter to Patrick Fitzgerald (search), the U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, saying the Chicago attorney's office may need to...