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October 16, 2007

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sir kum scission

. . .if a guy like me, a mountain guide from Alaska, can get a laptop and a small digital camera and go to Iraq and start reporting on what’s happening and do things like break stories about home raids and torture and white phosphorus being used in Fallujah, then why can’t the corporate media, with their millions and millions of dollars and all the advanced high-tech equipment available to them, why can’t they do it? And that’s the unanswered question. dNOW

The World's a Play House

Dangling beneath a bad joke sounds like a career path to me.

Phil

Doing the investigative piece may be easier than getting it on the network news. Nice that the editors will be from the Wall St Journal. But how much investigative work has the WSJ done, and in what areas?

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