Tag Archives: LA Times

.@DHSgov making a horrible situation even worse #PressFreedom

Department Of Homeland Security Compiling Database Of Journalists And ‘Media Influencers’ Every day, journalists face serious consequences including physical violence, imprisonment and death. A few days ago, the Committee to Protect Journalists launched its annual Free The Press campaign to … Continue reading

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@NationalBar applauds Baltimore police chief for requesting federal investigation

[Personal note: recently, I read a couple of reporters disparaging remarks about printing information from press releases that weren’t vetted. I often print un-vetted press releases, because I’m aware that what passes for “vetting” by the majority of mainstream reporters … Continue reading

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Biggest problem with Koch/USA Today Op-Ed is USA Today

Five Major Problems with Charles Kochs Op-Ed in USA Today Charles Koch’s August 5th op-ed in USA Today is laughable. He spills out his vision of a country that works for the biggest corporations and richest 1% (like himself & Koch Industries), all … Continue reading

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The The Ken Anderson prosecutorial “accountability” lie, retold by LA Times.

Texas ex-prosecutor’s sentence sends warning on wrongful convictions – latimes.com Anderson agreed to serve nine days in jail, resign from the bench and surrender his law license … “I am guardedly optimistic that we’ll see more courts of inquiry,” said … Continue reading

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