Thursday, July 14, 2005


My faith in journalism is renewed. David Johnston and Richard Stevenson of the New York Times joined the fray with this controversial article, thanks in no small part to someone who "declined to be identified." Across the country, the L.A. Times published two articles about potential conflicts of interest--Schwarzenegger's 8 million dollar outside salary and NIH scientists moonlighting for pharmaceutical companies.

It will be a good year for Pulitzers.


Blogger That Dude said...

Rove learned of her identity FROM Novak. Also it is in the WaPo today that she told all her neighbors and friends she worekd for the CIA. She wasn't a covert agent. The Nation columnist David Corn basically admitted to him that JOE WILSON is the one who outted her, today.

9:32 AM  
Blogger Jessica said...

Thanks for the update. Rove did confirm Wilson's identity in his phone call to Novak, nonetheless. I do agree with you that no law was violated (Wilson wasn't a covert agent in any danger), but it burns me up that reporters are being threatened and sent to jail over it.

10:48 AM  
Blogger Daniel Hoffmann-Gill said...

Thanks for link will be doing yours once I've unpacked!

11:48 AM  
Blogger Jessica said...

No problem.

12:58 PM  

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