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  • It's a girl! [liberal apostasy barf alert]

    06/25/2006 3:42:56 PM PDT · by stan_sipple · 5 replies · 372+ views
    Salon.com ^ | 6-19-2006 | Sara Miles and Paul Fromberg
    It's always a bit of a shock when God shows up in church. There's not much in Scripture to suggest that God's particularly interested in church of any kind, and Jesus, with his deliberate flouting of religious laws, had a notable impatience with the enterprise. And yet, as Christians, we hope and pray that it will happen. The election of the Right Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, bishop of Nevada, as the presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States appears to be a hint that something's going on beyond the usual human bickering, self-congratulation, scapegoating and piety that...
  • From Truthout, an apology, of sorts, for reporting Rove's indictment (Marc Ash Interviewed By Salon)

    05/21/2006 4:11:10 AM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 56 replies · 1,163+ views
    Salon.Com ^ | May 20, 2006 | Tim Grieve
    A week after proclaiming that Karl Rove has already been indicted on charges of perjury and lying to federal investigators, Truthout has issued a rather inscrutable partial apology. "The time has now come. . . to issue a partial apology to our readership for this story," Truthout Executive Director Marc Ash said in a post on the site Friday. "While we paid very careful attention to the sourcing on this story, we erred in getting too far out in front of the news cycle. In moving as quickly as we did, we caused more confusion than clarity. And that was...
  • Salon Article Smears FreeRepublic

    10/12/2004 11:46:38 PM PDT · by West Coast Conservative · 93 replies · 2,391+ views
    Salon ^ | Oct. 13, 2004 | Mark Follman
    [...] The right-wing echo chamber Free Republic, where private citizens spit pseudonymous venom, is also a rich treasure trove of nastiness. In late 2003 when the Massachusetts Supreme Court voted to allow marriage rights for same-sex couples, the Freepers went off: "This is great that Massachusett's gay judges did this. Let all the fudgepackers move there and be clients of the Dickem and Dunkem (Ted Kennedy) law firm," wrote a poster named "Therapist." "Can I marry my mule?" asked another. Another responded: "Sorry. Next step is to give them your boys. They want the age of consent lowered to around...
  • Photo Of Clinton With Square Buldge In Jacket Like Bush's

    10/12/2004 10:51:41 PM PDT · by icwhatudo · 22 replies · 2,885+ views
    Military Media ^ | 10-13 | slef
    I thought this deserved its own thread as Salon is really getting worked up on the buldge in Bush's jacket. Warning: This photo is huge (which is a good thing as you can clearly see the same square shape in Clintons jacket) http://www.af.mil/media/photodb/photos/040112-F-8489N-029.jpg
  • Hail to the Moon king (Salon.com alert, but...)

    06/21/2004 9:48:35 AM PDT · by I_killed_kenny · 22 replies · 345+ views
    Salon.bomb ^ | John Gorenfeld
    June 21, 2004 | You probably imagine your congressman hard at work in the Capitol debating legislation, making laws -- you know, governing. But your newspaper probably didn't tell you that one night in March, members of Congress hosted a crowning ritual for an ex-convict and multibillionaire who dressed up in maroon robes and declared himself the Second Coming. On March 23, the Dirksen Senate Office Building was the scene of a coronation ceremony for Rev. Sun Myung Moon, owner of the conservative Washington Times newspaper and UPI wire service, who was given a bejeweled crown by Rep. Danny K....
  • Reaganite by Association? His Family Won't Allow It

    06/14/2004 10:44:20 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 186 replies · 531+ views
    NY Times ^ | June 15, 2004 | Sheryl Gay Stolberg
    ASHINGTON, June 14 - As Republicans try to cloak President Bush in the mantle of Ronald Reagan, their biggest obstacle may be Mr. Reagan's own family.Even before Mr. Reagan died, Nancy Reagan and her daughter, Patti Davis, made their opposition to Mr. Bush's policy on stem-cell research well known. But on Friday, at the culmination of an emotional week of mourning for the former president, his son Ron Reagan delivered a eulogy that castigated politicians who use religion "to gain political advantage," a comment that was being interpreted in Washington as a not-so-subtle slap at Mr. Bush.The remark has provoked...
  • salon.com contacts DFU over FR's role in murder of Nick Berg by Islamofascist Terrorist b*st*rds

    05/12/2004 4:27:51 PM PDT · by doug from upland · 559 replies · 6,663+ views
    email from salon.com reporter | 5-12-04 | dfu
    (Note to Admin Moderator: if trolls join this thread to disrupt it or cause problems for FR, please immediately remove stupid, foolish, numbskull, airheaded, threatening, nonsensical comments.) ===================================================== Apparently, I am in the middle of a controversy regarding the brutal murder of Nick Berg by the Islamofascist terrorist b*st*rds. I received the following FReepmail today from a salon.com reporter and spoke to him off the record. I will either call him back on the record or he can use my comments here on the record. Salon.com inquiry, your post on the "enemies list" From (redacted) | 05/12/2004 11:45:13 AM PDT...
  • Making Women's Issues Go Away

    04/28/2004 5:46:31 PM PDT · by Lorianne · 5 replies · 283+ views
    Salon ^ | March 2004 | Rebecca Traister
    Making women's issues go away A damning new report reveals that the Bush administration has quietly removed 25 reports from its Women's Bureau Web site, deleting or distorting crucial information on issues from pay equity to reproductive healthcare National Council for Research on Women (report March 2004) Missing: Information About Women's Lives http://www.ncrw.org/misinfo/report.pdf ____To get access to the Salon article you have to watch a short little ad for the ACLU featuring Martin Sheen. Strange new tactic.
  • Dr. Dittohead

    04/08/2004 10:45:47 AM PDT · by mondoman · 125 replies · 468+ views
    Salon.com ^ | 4/8/04 | Margot Mifflin
    Dr. Dittohead I thought my therapist was brilliant -- until I discovered her love for Rush Limbaugh. - - - - - - - - - - - - By Margot Mifflin April 8, 2004 I was sitting in therapy describing an in-law I like, and quickly heading for a "but." "He's a loving, caring, selfless man -- but his politics are all about hatred," I said. "He's not educated, and more significant, he's ignorant -- he actually listens to Rush Limbaugh." I waited for a "Whoo boy!" or a sympathetic smile, but my shrink just stared at me, expressionless....
  • Going negative [From Salon - The GOP's negative ad man: Alex Castellanos]

    03/14/2004 10:23:42 PM PST · by summer · 11 replies · 311+ views
    Salon ^ | March 15, 2004 | Eric Boehlert
    Castellanos (inset) in front of screenshots of the Bush-Cheney '04 television ad "100 Days." Going negative He's the father of the modern attack ad, and he's behind the Bush campaign's new wave of anti-Kerry spots. Alex Castellanos is known as vicious, irresponsible -- and effective. - - - - - - -- - - - - By Eric Boehlert March 15, 2004 | The Bush campaign launched its first negative attack ad on television late last week, earlier than in any presidential race in history. For an incumbent president to abandon the elevated surroundings of his White House Rose Garden...
  • Drudge and the GOP smear machine are back in the Democrats' pants [Projectile Vomit Alert]

    02/12/2004 8:38:15 PM PST · by Hon · 84 replies · 338+ views
    Salon ^ | Feb. 13, 2004 | Joe "Kneepads" Conason
    There he goes again!Matt Drudge and the GOP smear machine are back in the Democrats' pants. - - - - - - - - - - - -By Joe ConasonFeb. 13, 2004  |  Is American politics suddenly returning to the bad old days, when Washington journalism became frenzied with sheet sniffing and keyhole peeping? That seems to be the default program of the right-wing media machine whenever Republican poll numbers sink into the red zone. Late Thursday morning -- with George W. Bush's credibility damaged on several fronts as reporters demanded answers to questions about his National Guard service that...
  • Rolling Stone Editor and Adobe Executive Put $800,000 Into Salon Web Site (Bad Money After Bad!)

    01/14/2004 11:54:21 PM PST · by Timesink · 32 replies · 262+ views
    The New York Times ^ | January 15, 2004 | David Carr
    January 15, 2004 Rolling Stone Editor and Adobe Executive Put $800,000 Into Salon Web SiteBy DAVID CARR ann Wenner, the founder and editor of Rolling Stone magazine and chairman of Wenner Media, said yesterday that he would invest $200,000 in the Salon Media Group, the financially struggling Internet media company, and join its board. Also yesterday, Salon announced that John E. Warnock, co-chairman of Adobe Systems and a longtime financial backer, would invest an additional $600,000 in the Web company.As part of the alliance with Mr. Wenner, Salon and Rolling Stone, each known for liberal political leanings, will collaborate on...
  • The media vs. Howard Dean (Salon Gigglefest About That Evil Conservatively-Biased News Media!)

    01/13/2004 8:23:01 AM PST · by Timesink · 31 replies · 669+ views
    Salon ^ | January 13, 2004 | Eric Boehlert
    The media vs. Howard DeanDemocrats haven't voted yet, but reporters have got the story: The former Vermont governor is angry, gaffe-prone and unelectable. How do they know? Republicans, and anonymous Democrats, told them so. - - - - - - - - - - - -By Eric BoehlertJan. 13, 2004  |  When the Washington Post introduced readers to Howard Dean in a long Page 1 feature July 6, part of a series of "meet the Democrats" candidate profiles, the paper went for the jugular, literally, with a cartoonish, unflattering description to open the article: "Howard Dean was angry. Ropy...
  • Salon's CEO Leaves

    10/09/2003 1:37:35 PM PDT · by Tacis · 25 replies · 360+ views
    AP ^ | Oct 9, 2003
    The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Struggling online magazine publisher Salon Media Group said its chief executive officer, Michael O'Donnell, is leaving the company after seven years. The San Francisco-based company, which has been battling to survive, gave no reason for O'Donnell's departure in an announcement Thursday. A call to O'Donnell for comment was not immediately returned. O'Donnell will be replaced as CEO by Salon founder David Talbot, who is the company's chairman and editor-in-chief. Elizabeth Hambrecht, Salon's chief financial officer, will inherit O'Donnell's title as president. A former software sales executive, O'Donnell joined Salon as president and publisher...
  • Hollywood's Battle of the Sexes Over Arnold (Heidi Fleiss Girl Says Arnold Was Her Client)

    10/06/2003 4:56:14 PM PDT · by redland · 42 replies · 377+ views
    Salon Magazine ^ | October 6, 2003 | Kathleen Sharp
    In March 2001 Premiere Magazine printed a now-notorious article that featured named and un-named sources detailing instances in which the actor groped women's breasts, humilitated assisitants on movie sets, bullied male crew members and cheated on Shriver.Years earlier Connely had revealed in a 1993 US Magazine article that several women who had worked for the famed Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss had auditioned for Schwartzenegger's unsucessful movie 'The Last Action Hero.' Other media outlets published similar stories and Columbia Pictures began investigating whether these women were hired as extras on the over budget movie.Around the same time, a French women's magazine...