Tag Archives: Washington Post

#FreeGaryBennett … the blog stat

One of my blog stats, as of a few minutes ago … Most popular topics you’ve written about Topic Views Rick Scott 73 Gary Bennett 70 John Preston 57 John Dean Moxley 52 FBI 50 Wilton Dedge 50 Gerald Stano … Continue reading

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#WaPoGate: There is no duel; the kid’s still unarmed. #FreeDavontaeSanford

A hit man, a teenager and a case of dueling confessions in a brutal murder – The Washington Post Sanford had pleaded guilty to the crime just a month earlier. The high-schooler, who had an emotional disability and was known … Continue reading

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WaPo policy: withholding names of public servants that are homicide suspects

Fairfax jail inmate in Taser death was shackled – The Washington Post The Post is not naming the deputies involved because they are the subject of a criminal investigation and no ruling has been made on McKenna’s cause of death. … Continue reading

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Change the world – fight ALEC

Living Wage Mandate Preemption Act – ALEC – American Legislative Exchange Council Living Wage Mandate Preemption Act Summary The Living Wage Mandate Preemption Act repeals any local “living wage” mandates, ordinances or laws enacted by political subdivisions of the state. … Continue reading

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WaPo awards clout of closing paragaph to O’Reilly defender. No surprise.

Bill O’Reilly cites conflicts that he witnessed. How much of that is true? – The Washington Post Balboni, O’Reilly’s boss in Boston and now chief executive and founder of the Global­Post news site, said: “I don’t really know what 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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Many thanks, Switzerland …

It’s always comforting when the international visitors to my blog outnumber the U.S. visitors, especially when the margin is more than two to one. My blog posts about incarcerated innocents, illegally detained individuals, parasitic corporations, dark money, bogus non-profit organizations and other legalized lawlessness … Continue reading

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