Robert Howard Posted January 2, 2006 Share Posted January 2, 2006 (edited) Anyone who has an old copy of "1984" to spare, send it to the Oakland Tribune. They need 537 copies for a worthwhile cause (and have written an excellent editorial): http://www.insidebayarea.com/oaklandtribune/oped/ci_3337465 I sent a link to the Rense article to Andersen Cooper of CNN and mentioned that the story never seemed to get any attention in the USA, I also referenced the pathetic situation regarding the US Media coverage of 'unpopular stories, (as in unpopular to the current administration) and added that I hoped he wouldnt be part of the crowd. I don't expect anything to come of it, but I gave it a shot. My reasoning was that he certainly appeared to be the only major media person adequately covering the Katrina debacle. In the spirit of the Holiday Season, "It's starting to look a lot like Christmas, er I mean "NSA-Gate" See Story. http://www.boston.com/news/nation/washingt...ter_911_report/ Also, the Bush Administration has instructed the Dept. of Justice to investigate how the New York Times 'obtained classified information concerning the NSA Wiretaps', a day or so ago, does this mean that the Bush Administration, besides declaring a 'War on Terrorism' has subsequently declared a 'War on Investigative Journalism?' It sure seems so, and they said that Nixon had chutzpah, geez. Edited January 2, 2006 by Robert Howard Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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